Nearly all of sculptor Stanislaw Szukalski’s work was destroyed by the Nazis. He and his wife escaped to the U.S. Obscurity beckoned—until the artist was suddenly rediscovered.
“The most important single collection” of Gustav Klimt’s work, owned by a wealthy industrialist, burned in a tragic fire in an Austrian castle in the waning days of World War II.
The latest from legendary filmmaker Terrence Malick is “A Hidden Life,” a tale of an Austrian who stood up to WWII-era fascism. It feels like a warning for 2019 America.
The 260-year-old Antico Caffe Greco in Rome once drew intellectuals. Now saving it is a cause célèbre for neo-nazis and fascists after an Israeli hospital raised its rent.
The talented New Zealand filmmaker behind “Boy” and “Thor: Ragnarok” opens up about playing a wacky Hitler and why “Jojo Rabbit” is the furthest thing from sympathetic to Nazis.
Notke’s “Danse Macabre” fresco was a centerpiece in a German church, until an Allied bombing raid during World War II destroyed it. Today only black-and-white photographs survive.
One hundred years ago this summer, an event at the end of WWI fueled Hitler’s grievances—and fired his bellicose political philosophy.