It was reported that people were initially unsure about the whereabouts of the alligator after Berlin was bombed in November 1943
In Donald Trump's America, the debate over the word 'fascism' and its applicability takes a new turn
On 2 June, as police officers across the country deployed brutal tactics in response to protests over the killing of George Floyd, the former secretary of labour Robert Reich announced that his old vocabulary — crowded already with harsh words for President Donald Trump — was making way for a new addition
Fox Sports Australia apologises for broadcasting Adolf Hitler's image during National Rugby League show
Fox Sports Australia issued an apology, saying it was concerned about a digitally manipulated image shown during the Sunday Night with Matty Johns program.
Distant Journey, part of Berlinale Classics this year, is one of the first films to depict horrors of the Holocaust
Distant Journey was banned by the Stalinist censors. Now, the digitally restored version will premiere in the Classics section at the Berlinale this year.
Jojo Rabbit and Life Is Beautiful use the same contrasting narrative tools — Nazi Germany and a child's perspective
Jojo Rabbit and Life Is Beautiful use the similar setting and point of view but are starkly different since they narrate stories from different sides of the fence.
This year's known nominations for the Prize, are US President Donald Trump and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg.
TIFF 2019: Taika Waititi's Jojo Rabbit claims People's Choice Award; Pietro Marcello's Martin Eden wins Platform Prize
Jojo Rabbit is a coming-of-age comedy about a 10-year-old boy named Jojo growing up in World War II Germany
Jojo Rabbit, directed by Taika Waititi, is set during the WWII and revolves around a young German boy, who has an imaginary friend based on Adolf Hitler.
Jojo Rabbit early reactions: Taika Waititi's WWII satire lauded for its 'funny, bittersweet and unapologetically unique' story
Jojo Rabbit stars Taika Waititi, Roman Griffin Davis and Scarlett Johansson alongside Sam Rockwell and Rebel Wilson.
Jojo Rabbit trailer: German boy and imaginary Adolf Hitler confront Nazi ideologies in Taika Waititi's WWII satire
A young German boy becomes increasingly disillusioned by the Nazi ideology, powered by an imaginary Adolf Hitler in Taika Waititi's Jojo Rabbit.
Winston Churchill’s grandson Nicholas Soames to be expelled from Conservative Party after voting against Boris Johnson on Brexit
Ken Clarke, longest continuously sitting British lawmaker in House of Commons, former finance minister Philip Hammond, all are to be expelled
Jojo Rabbit teaser: Taika Waititi plays an imaginary Adolf Hitler in WWII satire set to premiere at TIFF 2019
Jojo Rabbit will have its premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
The Stories In My Life: Roald Dahl's 'Genesis and Catastrophe' captures the awesome wonder of brute destiny
One of the things readers like about Roald Dahl is the addictive quality of his stories. If it’s a page-turner we are after, an immersive, compelling, headlong plunge down the page, culminating in a gasp-inducing revelation, no better candidate for cerebral provocation than Dahl.
Premier League: Crystal Palace to educate goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey about Nazi crimes, says manager Roy Hodgson
Wayne Hennessey is to be educated about the evils of the Nazis after an FA panel judged he displayed a 'lamentable degree of ignorance' about Adolf Hitler.
Berlin Mayor Michael Mueller said Bruno Ganz was “one of the greats” of the screen and stage.
Imran Khan justifies 'U-turns' in politics by citing Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte's rigidity as counter-examples, say reports
A local media outlet quoted Imran Khan as saying that Hitler and Napoleon suffered huge defeats and caused losses because they did not take U-turns.
RSS claims Jawaharlal Nehru ordered his birthday to be marked as Children's Day, compares him to Adolf Hitler
In an editorial in its mouthpiece 'Organiser', the RSS claims that Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday being celebrated as Children's Day has "nothing to do with" his "eternal love and affections for India's young buds" but was a "PR exercise, organised to please his Soviet Union masters".
'Narendra Modi doesn't govern like Adolf Hitler, that's Indira Gandhi': Ravi Shankar Prasad slams Mallikarjun Kharge's comment
Slamming Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge over his comments on Narendra Modi where he compared the prime minister to Adolf Hitler, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that it was Indira Gandhi who governed like Hitler and not Modi. "This is the same Khargeji who can't even move an inch without the permission of the family," he added to make his point.
Discrimination against Mesut Ozil shows Germany's relationship of convenience with its migrant footballers
Mesut Ozil has never been someone who has shied away from his heritage but to face bigotry because of his Turkish ancestry is absolutely heinous.
Hitler angrily reacts to everything on the internet. He has now reacted to the return of Nawaz Sharif before the Pakistan elections.