Ebou Janha, 102, is the only surviving veteran of a regiment of Gambian soldiers who fought for the British in Burma.
The World Wars
Irmgard Furchner is accused of having contributed to the murder of 11,412 people at the Stutthof concentration camp.
Josef Schuetz is accused of more than 3,000 counts of accessory to murder at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
A filmmaker retraces the childhood odyssey of his Polish grandmother who became a refugee in Africa during World War II.
Moon Jae-in says South Korea and Japan must work together to ‘surmount difficulties’ and foster cooperation.
Shrine remains a potent symbol of Japan’s wartime legacy in East Asia and a flashpoint for tensions with its neighbours.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission finds Black and Asian troops who fought for Empire were not properly memorialised.
‘It was time to get in the boats and protect the people, not check the inspection records,’ the Fed’s Chairman said.
The story of the decline of the French empire and the indelible mark colonialism left on countries that were colonised.
Don Ferencz’s father prosecuted Nazis at Nuremberg and made sure his son understood the depths of their crimes.
Seventy-five years after senior Nazis were tried, a survivor’s daughter describes growing up in the Holocaust’s shadow.
German president urges the world to honour the landmark proceedings that gave birth to international criminal law.
Seeing genocide as less exceptional may help us view war crimes and crimes against humanity in a more serious light.
The son of a senior Nazi sentenced to death at the Nuremberg trials on growing up in the shadow of his father’s crimes.