“Leaked emails give a glimpse of the religious-right networks behind transgender health care bans.”
The Forgotten History of the World’s First Trans Clinic
The Institute for Sexual Research in Berlin would be a century old if it hadn’t fallen victim to Nazi ideology.
“As occupied territories are liberated, some residents face accusations that they sided with the enemy.”
A Heart Is Not a Nation
Jeff Sharlet explores hate and Trumpism in America.
My Terezin Diary
Octogenarian documentary filmmaker Zuzana Justman tells the story of her family’s imprisonment at Terezin, a Czech concentration camp also known as Theresienstadt, through the lens of what she didn’t write in the diary she kept then, which she relocated a few years ago.
The Day New York Rose Up Against the Nazis On the Hudson
In 1935, a group of New York communists boarded a German luxury liner during a lavish sending-off party attended by celebrities, Rockefellers, and Roosevelts. Their goal: capture the swastika.
The Ugly History of Beautiful Things: Angora
Angora rabbit fur is fluffy, and silky, and was especially popular with two influential 20th-century groups: Hollywood starlets and Nazi officers.
The Post on Anti-Semitism I Never Thought I’d Write
Like many non-religious Jews of my generation, I naively assumed Nazism could never rise — and hurt us — again.
To Heil, or Not To Heil, When Traveling in the Third Reich
One of the first decisions any tourist had to make when crossing the German border in the mid-1930s was whether or not to “Heil Hitler.”
You Can’t ‘Never Forget’ the Holocaust if You Haven’t Learned About It
A new study shows that knowledge about the Holocaust is dangerously at an all-time low.