The eight-line poem, half of which was copied from a Dutch book of verse, is dated March 28, 1942, shortly before Anne and her family went into hiding from the Netherlands' wartime Nazi occupiers in a secret apartment in an Amsterdam canal house.
Tens of thousands of Nazi war crimes suspects may have continued receiving disability pensions despite a law passed nearly two decades ago ordering them revoked, according to an official review quietly published Tuesday.
Poland is trying to hide its culpability in the deaths of thousands of Jews during World War II as Princeton professor Jan Tomasz Gross faces up to three years in prison over his claim that more Jews than Germans were killed by Poles.
Seventy years later, Murray Greenfield can still remember the anger he felt when he was locked up with hundreds of Jewish Holocaust survivors in a British detention camp on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.
Joseph Harmatz was one of the few remaining Jewish 'Avengers' who carried out an attempted mass poisoning of former SS officers in an American prisoner-of-war camp in 1946 that sickened more than 2,200 Germans, but caused no known deaths.