KCBS Special Report: ‘The Liberator And The Liberated’ – The story of two Bay Area men from very different places, thrown together by fate as World War II wound down.
Urban Outfitters Tapestries Resembling Nazi Concentration Camp Uniforms Spark Outrage In LGBT, Jewish Community
Urban Outfitters’ use of symbols reminiscent of Nazi oppression on home decor has sparked outrage in gay and Jewish communities here in the Bay Area, and around the world.
French Government Agrees To Pay Millions In Reparations To Holocaust Survivors, Family, Heirs Living In California, US
The French rail company that transported thousands of French Jews to concentration camps has agree to pay reparations Holocaust survivors and their families living abroad. The average payment will be about $100,000.
KCBS Entertainment Editor Jan Wahl reviews “The Last Sentence,” a biopic about a Swedish journalist in Nazi Germany; and ‘Venus in Fur,” Roman Polanski’s adaptation of the acclaimed two-person play by David Ives.
Friday marks the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, known as D-Day, the largest seaborne invasion in history.
San Francisco-based Twitter has given French authorities information that can help identify the authors of a series of racist and anti-Semitic tweets that carried French hashtags.
The chairman of the Democratic Party in California returned home on Tuesday and was not expected back at the Democratic National Convention after igniting a firestorm of controversy by comparing Republican tactics during this year’s presidential campaign to the “big lie” strategy most famously employed by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
Republicans said California Democratic Party Chair John Burton should apologize for suggesting that GOP tactics were akin to Nazi propaganda.
A multimillion dollar collection of Dutch paintings looted by the Nazis was returned to its rightful heirs after 60 years, and has now been put on display in San Francisco.