Ten days before the 1939 invasion of Poland that launched World War II, Adolf Hitler reassured a conference of Nazi military leaders that even the complete destruction of the Polish people would not tar the Third Reich for long.
Interview conducted by Casey Sanchez Photography by Stefan Hester
Bill and Roger Larson are 33-year-old identical twins who grew up and still live in Springfield, Ill. In May 2003, when both Larsons were employed as emergency medical technicians (EMTs), a gang of racist skinheads ambushed the brothers outside a bar over
Ivaylo Ivanov pleaded not guilty to the charges at his Jan. 21 arraignment. Afterward, his court-appointed attorney, Adrian Lesher, would not answer reporters' questions but said, "I can tell you he's Jewish."
An attorney who was supposed to defend a prominent Holocaust denier instead found herself headed to a German jail in January after calling the extermination of Jews during World War II "the biggest lie in world history."