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World War II

Midwife from Auschwitz: The woman who saved hundreds of newborns

She ran to childbirth with a prayer to Mary on her lips, often wearing only one slipper. This is the story of Stanisława Leszczyńska. March 11 marked 43 years since her death.

New evidence emerging that disproves image of Pius XII as “Hitler’s Pope”

Majority of historians now recognizing Pacelli's efforts to combat Nazism, protect Jews

Review: ‘Bitter Harvest,’ the untold story of Holodomor, the Ukrainian holocaust

Thanks to this film, the forced starvation of millions of Ukrainians by Stalin's Soviet regime may enter the mainstream consciousness.

Anne Frank may have left a remembrance of herself besides her diary

Pendant unearthed in former concentration camp being studied for connection with famous child victim

An Israeli filmmaker follows the traces of the “forgotten Holocaust”: The Soviet Shoah

Boris Maftsir's documentary series on the Shoah attempts to prevent the “other holocaust” from falling into oblivion

Fleeing Nazi Germany, Jewish intellectuals landed in historically African-American colleges

Refugees found safety in America in the 1940s, and in turn helped American students

Blessed Alojzje Stepinac, a hero to stir the hearts of the most complacent Christians

He resisted the Nazis and then the communists, and was declared a martyr by Pope John Paul II

It’s Four Chaplains Day: Do you know who they were?

Priest, rabbi and two ministers went down with a ship torpedoed by Nazi U-boat, 74 years ago

Welcome to the YOLOCAUST: Selfies and Extermination Camps

See that selfie you took of yourself dancing on that grey slab? Now move your mouse, and get "woke"

The hero of “Hacksaw Ridge,” as remembered by his son

Aleteia's John Burger talks to Desmond Doss, Jr. about his father

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