This May 9 marks the 75th anniversary of the Victory Day, which commemorates the surrender of Nazi Germany during the second world war in 1945
By the end of April 1945, during World War II, the Italian partisans liberated Northern Italy after defeating the forces of the German puppet state and the fascist collaborators.
In 1945, Joseph Broz Tito led the Yugoslav Partisans, the military wing of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, and liberated the former Yugoslavian city from Nazi rule.
The White Rose is one of the best-known German resistance groups against the Nazi fascist regime.
With the noose around her neck, she cried out: “Long live the Communist Party, and partisans! Fight, people, for your freedom! Do not surrender to the evildoers! I will be killed, but there are those who will avenge me!”
The camp became a major site of the Nazis’ Final Solution to the Jewish Question, where more than one million Jews, Poles, Romani and Soviet prisoners of war (POWs) were exterminated, many in gas chambers.
The Brazilian cabinet official claimed he wasn’t familiar with Nazi Germany’s propaganda boss’ speech and blamed advisers
The operation was part of the Vistula–Oder Offensive, which was a successful Red Army operation on the Eastern Front in the European Theatre of World War II in January 1945.
The recent discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by the Indian parliament and the National Register of Citizens associated with it are part of the Hindu nationalist agenda whose proponents have always admired Nazi Germany for its racist policies
Communists and other progressives have accused the EU leadership of targeting the Soviet Union while concealing the role of countries such as Spain and Italy in the spread of Nazism and fascism
The mayor of the municipal division of Prague-6 is reportedly planning to relocate the memorial of Soviet General Ivan Stepanovich Konev. It is seen as a bid to appease the right-wing, neo-Nazi sections of the country