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Siren And Scientist: The Untold Story Of Hollywood Sex Symbol Hedy Lamarr

Siren And Scientist: The Untold Story Of Hollywood Sex Symbol Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr was known in Hollywood as "the most beautiful woman in the world," and she also invented the technology that ultimately led to WiFi.
300 Soft Tissue Remains From Executed Prisoners Of The Nazis Were Buried In Berlin

300 Soft Tissue Remains From Executed Prisoners Of The Nazis Were Buried In Berlin

The cache belonged to German doctor and anatomist Hermann Stieve, who made a deal with the Nazis to collect tissue samples from the dead bodies of their executed prisoners.
33 Photos Inside The Liberation Of Paris, When The French Capital Was Freed Of Nazi Control

33 Photos Inside The Liberation Of Paris, When The French Capital Was Freed Of Nazi Control

In June of 1940, the vibrant City of Lights turned overcast for four years while occupied by the Nazis, but all that would change with the liberation of Paris.
Scientist Receives Mysterious Uranium Cube That Came From Hitler’s Nuclear Reactor

Scientist Receives Mysterious Uranium Cube That Came From Hitler’s Nuclear Reactor

A uranium cube anonymously sent to an American professor is said to be one of 664 uranium cubes that were used in the failed nuclear reactor built by the Nazis.
Simon Wiesenthal: The Badass Holocaust Survivor-Turned-Nazi Hunter

Simon Wiesenthal: The Badass Holocaust Survivor-Turned-Nazi Hunter

With his extensive list of Nazi criminals, Simon Wiesenthal made sure that all who had wronged him and his fellow Jews during the Holocaust got what was coming to them.
44 Harrowing Photos Captured Inside The Warsaw Ghetto During The Holocaust

44 Harrowing Photos Captured Inside The Warsaw Ghetto During The Holocaust

At the start of the Holocaust, the Warsaw ghetto was home to some 350,000 Jews. Afterward, just 11,000.
Was Nazi General Dietrich Von Choltitz Actually The Savior Of Paris?

Was Nazi General Dietrich Von Choltitz Actually The Savior Of Paris?

During World War II, Dietrich von Choltitz claimed to have disobeyed Hitler's orders to burn Paris to the ground. But where does the truth lie?
Josef Jakobs: The Bungling Nazi Spy And Last Person To Die At The Tower Of London

Josef Jakobs: The Bungling Nazi Spy And Last Person To Die At The Tower Of London

Because he bungled his landing after jumping from a Nazi plane into England and broke his ankle, when he was captured, Josef Jakobs' execution was done as he sat.
Hermann Göring Was The Second-Most Powerful Man In Nazi Germany, And He Loved To Party

Hermann Göring Was The Second-Most Powerful Man In Nazi Germany, And He Loved To Party

Hermann Göring was a flying ace, creator of the Gestapo, and one-time president of the Reichstag — he was also overweight and into drugs.
The Complicated Life Of Erwin Rommel, Anti-Semite, Nazi General, And Attempted Hitler Assassin

The Complicated Life Of Erwin Rommel, Anti-Semite, Nazi General, And Attempted Hitler Assassin

Adolf Hitler literally trusted Erwin Rommel, the "Desert Fox," with his life. He never could have expected that in 1944, Rommel would join a conspiracy to assassinate him.
Torturer, Arms Trafficker, CIA Spy: The Story Of Nazi War Criminal Klaus Barbie

Torturer, Arms Trafficker, CIA Spy: The Story Of Nazi War Criminal Klaus Barbie

After the war ended, Klaus Barbie pretended to be a hobo until he was picked up by the CIA to spy in Bolivia and fight against communism.