Angela Merkel

In Germany, Confronting the Nazi Perpetrators

04/01/2010
JTA

BERLIN (JTA) -- It isn't easy facing the cold stare of a Nazi perpetrator, even in a photo. Increasingly, however, memorial sites in Germany are making the confrontation possible, opening a door that long has been sealed.

A new exhibit at the former Ravensbrueck women's concentration camp in the ex-East German state of Brandenburg is the latest example.

Why Do They Hate Us? Maybe Obama’s A Bully

Friday, June 19th, 2009 One of the major complaints by the radical left against the Bush administration was that it was too uniltaral in its foreign affairs, it didn’t take advice from other countries, and the left often pointed to polls showing that support for the United States fell to new lows under Bush.   How’s Obama doing?  

A Message Of Memory At Buchenwald

06/12/2009
Staff Writer
His uncle came to this spot in rural Germany 65 years ago, as a private in the U.S. Army, carrying a rifle. Last week President Barack Obama made a pilgrimage to Buchenwald, as a civilian and as commander-in-chief, bearing a single white rose.

A Message Of Memory At Buchenwald

06/10/2009
Staff Writer
His uncle came to this spot in rural Germany 65 years ago, as a private in the U.S. Army, carrying a rifle. Last week President Barack Obama made a pilgrimage to Buchenwald, as a civilian and as commander-in-chief, bearing a single white rose.
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