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Social media help track property lost in Holocaust

When Cati Holland checked her email a few weeks ago, she was surprised to find a message saying she was eligible for compensation for her grandmother's Berlin store that was seized by the Nazis more than 70 years ago.Full story

Austrian flap over bell dedicated to Hitler

Like many others in Austria's countryside, a tower bell above the red-tiled rooftops of Wolfpassing village marks the passing of each hour with an unspectacular "bong." But this bell is unique: It is embossed with a swastika and praise to Adolf Hitler. Full story

"Last chance" hunt for Nazi war criminals to start in Germany

BERLIN (Reuters) - A "last chance" campaign to root out surviving Nazi war criminals and bring them to justice before they die will be launched next week in Germany, almost 70 years after the end of World War Two. Full story

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Berlin builds memorial to Nazis' 'euthanasia' victims

Long-lost diary of top Hitler aide offers window into Nazi soul

Exclusive: U.S. finds long-lost diary of top Nazi leader, Hitler aide

Many German tax inspectors oblivious to Holocaust, book finds

German police arrest alleged former Auschwitz guard Lipschis

Leopold Engleitner, oldest concentration camp survivor, dies

Holocaust survivors, their U.S. liberators meet in Washington

Teacher who assigned essay on why Jews were evil faces discipline

Waffen SS veterans commemorate Latvia's chequered past

Vienna Philharmonic lifts lid on Nazi history

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  Is a former Nazi commander living in U.S.?

According to an Associated Press investigation, Michael Karkoc, 94, lied to authorities about his wartime past. It is alleged that Karkoc headed a Nazi S.S.-led unit during World War II, and has been living in the U.S. for decades. TODAY’s Erica Hill reports

  Hunt for Nazi treasure in Denmark

A 90-year-old former German Marine says he helped bury Nazi treasure in a small Danish village in 1944 and wants to find it. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Top Lines: NRA, LaPierre, SNL, Bloomberg, Beck and swastikas

NRA’s new president talks the “War of Northern Aggression”; Wayne LaPierre damns “elites”; SNL’s “Fox & Friends” talk gay athletes; conservatives freak out over Mayor Bloomberg; and Glenn Beck just can’t stop talking about Nazis and swastikas in the weekend’s “Top Lines.”

  Soccer player banned for life for Nazi salute

TODAY’s Professionals – Nancy Snyderman, Donny Deutsch, and Star Jones – discuss the hot topics of the day, including Greek soccer player Giorgos Katidis, 20, who was banned from playing in his country for giving fans a Nazi salute.

  Victims mourned on Holocaust Remembrance day

As the world takes note of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which marks the liberaton of two Nazi concentration camps in 1945, Auschwitz survivor Elie Wiesel talks about the bloodshed and violence still waging on around the world.

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