Michael Karkoc

Germany Drops Investigation Of American Suspected Of Being A Nazi

German prosecutors say have shelved their Nazi war crimes investigation of 96-year-old Michael Karkoc, a retired Minnesota carpenter, saying he is not fit to stand trial.


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Watchdog Says Former Nazis Got Over $20 Million In Social Security

In a forthcoming report triggered by an Associated Press investigation, the top watchdog at the Social Security Administration found the agency paid $20.2 million in benefits to more than 130 suspected Nazi war criminals, SS guards, and others who may have participated in the Third Reich’s atrocities during World War II.


Members of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich sit in the witness box with headsets on during the International Military Tribunal's war crimes trial in Nuremberg. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Congresswoman Demands Investigation Into Report Of Social Security Benefits For Suspected Nazi War Criminals

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., wants to know why dozens of Nazi suspects collected benefits after being forced out of the United States.


Pages from the diary of German Nazi ideologue Alfred Rosenberg are displayed at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington on Dec. 17, 2013. (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Holocaust Museum Opens U.N. Archive on WWII War Crimes

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington has obtained a full copy of the U.N. War Crimes Commission archive that has largely been locked away for the past 70 years under restricted access at the United Nations.


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89-Year-Old U.S. Man Held on Nazi Death Camp Charges

An 89-year-old Philadelphia man was ordered held without bail Wednesday on a German arrest warrant charging him with aiding and abetting the killing of 216,000 Jewish men, women and children while he was a guard at the Auschwitz death camp.


Robert Edsel stands with a photograph of U.S. soldiers in World War II removing looted paintings by the Nazis from a castle after announcing that he would donate two recently discovered albums depicting art that was looted by the Nazis at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Hitler Album’ Of Stolen Art Donated To U.S. Archive

Adolf Hitler’s last known album of artworks stolen by the Nazis during World War II is being donated to the National Archives.


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U.S. in Talks With France on Holocaust Compensation

The Obama administration is warning several state legislatures against initiatives that would punish the French railway company SNCF for carrying out Holocaust-era deportations to Nazi death and labor camps.


Ultra-Orthodox Jewish right-wing protesters wear Nazi-style yellow Star of David badges as they demonstrate against President Barack Obama after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's foreign policy speech at Bar Ilan University on June 14, 2009 in Ramat Gan, Israel. (credit: David Silverman/Getty Images)

Israeli Legislation Would Ban Use Of The Word ‘Nazi’

A proposed Israeli bill would make it illegal to use the word “Nazi.”


Pages from the diary of German Nazi ideologue Alfred Rosenberg are displayed at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington on Dec. 17, 2013. (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Missing Nazi Diary Transferred to D.C. Museum

Federal officials have transferred about 400 handwritten pages from the wartime diary of a key Nazi adviser to Adolf Hitler to U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.


File photo: An undated picture shows German Nazi Chancellor Adolf Hitler (1rst row, 2nd R) attending a rally with high rank Nazi officials.  (credit: AFP/Getty Images)

AP IMPACT: US Limbo For Nazi Suspects Ordered Out

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — At least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals ordered deported by the United States never left the country, according to an Associated Press review of Justice Department data — and four are living in the […]