This probably isn't going to do anything for Sino-Japanese relations
Though no one knows who is to blame, the discovery of these vandalized books deepens the sense that Japan is undergoing a pronounced right-wing turn
A memorial in the American city of Glendale honoring women forced to work as sex slaves by the Japanese army in World War II provoked a conservative backlash in...
Military will be left incapable of carrying out protracted foreign occupations
Unfortunate photo goes viral on social media
(TOKYO) — Anne Frank's "The Diary of a Young Girl" and scores of books about the young Holocaust victim have been vandalized in Tokyo public libraries since...
Matteo Renzi takes office as Italy struggles under economic slump
Mostly Jewish and Hispanic veterans were passed over due to prejudices, review finds
Japan's top TV figures are making increasingly outrageous statements about World War II
How a group of scholars became soldiers to save European culture from Hitler
The one-ton bomb was discovered by construction workers and leads to the evacuation of nearly 2,300 people
Japan's "Digital Age Beethoven," isn't.
In remarks he now says he regrets, Katsuto Momii, the head of Japan's main public broadcaster, said Japan was hardly the only nation whose soldiers forced women...
(JERUSALEM) — An Israeli draft law that would criminalize the use of the word Nazi in most cases has sparked a debate on freedom of speech in a state that was...
Author Jon Man describes the Japanese intelligence officer, who passed away Thursday, as the end of a 1,000-year tradition
"I am very competitive," he said
88-year-old man may face trial for participating in one of the worst Nazi massacres on French soil.
An unexploded bomb kills one and injures 13 others in Germany
He could only stay away for so long. On Dec. 26, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine, where wartime criminals are...