Holocaust survivors commemorate liberation of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Around 200,000 people were deported to the Nazi camp in northern Germany during World War Two British soldiers took over the camp on April 15, 1945 and found tens of thousands of dead bodiesTheir intervention came just two months after diarist Anne Frank, who was held at the camp, died By Lydia Willgress for MailOnline Published: 14:37 GMT, 26 April 2015 | Updated: 17:22 GMT, 26 April 2015 Holocaust survivors have gathered at the site of the former Bergen-Belsen concentration camp to commemorate the anniversary of its liberation.
More than 72,000 camp inmates and prisoners of war died at the Nazi camp including diarist Anne Frank and her older sister Margot. Daughter of Hermann Goering loses bid to win back Nazi's money. Edda Goering, 76, petitioned Bavarian parliament to return father's legacyIn 1960s she also tried to have painting looted by her father returned to herToday she refuses to criticise the military leader, calling him a 'loving man'Goering was deputy to Hitler and was the Nazi regime's greatest art thief By Alan Hall In Berlin For Mailonline and Jack Crone for MailOnline Published: 15:27 GMT, 24 April 2015 | Updated: 18:16 GMT, 24 April 2015 The daughter of Second World War Nazi strongman Hermann Goering has failed in her bid to get the state of Bavaria to return family money confiscated after the collapse of the Third Reich.
Goering, who cheated the hangman at Nuremberg by committing suicide shortly before he was due to be executed for war crimes, was deputy to Hitler and the regime's greatest art thief. The infamous military leader plundered private collections and museums wherever the swastika flew but his daughter Edda, 76, has always refused to criticise him. Scroll down for video. Tony McCoy's tears as the greatest ever jockey rides his 17,630th and final race after breaking every record in the book... and every bone in his body. Racing legend Tony McCoy ended his record breaking career today The Irish legend finished with a total of 4,348 winners over the jumpsHe has ridden a record-breaking 289 winners in one season McCoy was handed the Champions Jockey trophy for the 20th time By Marcus Townend For Mail Online.
Tony McCoy's tears as the greatest ever jockey rides his 17,630th and final race after breaking every record in the book... and every bone in his body. Miracle of the Mengele babies: Truly astounding story of how three women cheated demon doctor of death by hiding their pregnancies... and raised their newborns in the very cradle of Nazi horror. Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele became known as 'The Angel of Death'He inspected each new prisoner and asked if they were expecting a child Priska Lowenbeinova concealed her pregnancy and raised baby in campTwo other women also lied about their condition and their babies survived By Wendy Holden For The Mail On Sunday Published: 21:01 GMT, 25 April 2015 | Updated: 21:02 GMT, 25 April 2015 'Are you pregnant, pretty woman?
' Dr Josef Mengele asked the 28-year-old Slovak language teacher as she stood on parade – naked, shaven-headed and shivering – within hours of arriving at Auschwitz II-Birkenau. It was October 1944, and the Nazis were accelerating the Final Solution, their murderous plan to exterminate the Jews and other 'enemies of the Reich' as the tide of war turned against them.
Auschwitz survivor Anka Nathanova concealed her pregnancy and raised her baby Eva (pictured together) in the death camp. Miracle of the Mengele babies: Truly astounding story of how three women cheated demon doctor of death by hiding their pregnancies... and raised their newborns in the very cradle of Nazi horror.
Baby brothers from 'Charlie Bit My Finger' are unrecognisable eight years later. Harry and Charlie Davies-Carr starred in the clip some eight years agoIn the Charlie bites his older brother 's fingerThe film was originally made to send to the pairs' godfather in America It has since amassed 816million views on YouTube.
Auschwitz becomes the world's most unlikely tourist hot spot. Over 250 thousand people have visited Nazi concentration camp in 2015Visits have increased by 40% since same period of the previous yearJanuary saw 70th anniversary of its liberation and a surge in interest By Emily Payne for MailOnline Published: 15:53 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 16:55 GMT, 23 April 2015 As many as 1.5 million innocent people died at Auschwitz in horrifying conditions: its name a reminder of the atrocities of the Holocaust.
But authorities say that the former concentration camp, now the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, in Oświęcim, Poland, is becoming a popular tourist destination - so popular in fact, that they may have to start turning people away. The memorial site today urged potential visitors to book their visits online ahead of time to prevent that from happening. Auschwitz guard Oskar Groening couldn't imagine prisoners getting out. Oskar Groening is being tried on 300,000 counts of accessory to murderThe former SS officer described how Jews were marched to gas chambersOne survivor, Eva Kor, told of her agony as her mother was ripped from her By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline Published: 11:09 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 12:08 GMT, 23 April 2015 A former Auschwitz guard being tried on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder has testified that it was clear to him Jews were not expected to leave the camp alive.
Female Auschwitz guard and 'merciless' Nazi will 'never face justice' SS guard Charlotte S trained her Alsatian to bite at inmates' private partsGisela S locked up to 15 prisoners in a tiny 'standing cell' for daysGertrud Elli Senff revelled in the power of playing 'God' with people's lives She picked who lived and who was sent to the gas chambers to dieBut all three women - now frail and in their 90s - will never face justice By Allan Hall In Berlin for MailOnline Published: 12:53 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 17:43 GMT, 23 April 2015 As the world spotlight shines on a German courtroom in the trial of the 'Auschwitz bookkeeper' Oskar Groening, hidden in the shadows are the forgotten women who served as guards at Hitler’s death camps.
Now, seven decades on and in the twilight of their lives, these former SS guards who ruled the human slaughterhouse Auschwitz with an iron fist will go to their graves having escaped justice. Scroll down for video Brutal: The women patrolling the death camps were just as bad as their male counterparts. Female Auschwitz guard and 'merciless' Nazi will 'never face justice' Swedish cops on vacation in New York stop a brutal assault on subway. The friends were on their way to see Les Misérables on Broadway when a conductor on the 6 train called for helpThe men, who are all police officers in their native Sweden, wrestled the suspect to the floor and held him until NYPD could arrive'We’re no heroes, just tourists,' says Uppsala, Sweden, police officer.
Jockey Blake Shinn suffers wardrobe malfunction as he tried to chase down horse. Jockey Blake Shinn lost his pants while riding down the home straight'The pants went... and there was nothing I could do,' Shinn says Shinn, atop Miss Royale, only managed to finish second in the raceActing chief steward Greg Rudolph said he had never seen anything like it By Liam Quinn For Daily Mail Australia Published: 11:02 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 21:01 GMT, 23 April 2015 Jockey Blake Shinn rode his pants off in the opening race of a meeting in Sydney.
Koby Hodder has cardiac arrest in playground due to undiagnosed heart condition. Koby Hodder was playing British Bulldog on his break when he collapsedHe suffered a series of cardiac arrests and was treated intensive care Was fitted with a device to shock his heart back into beating if it stopped Now can only carry out light exercise but feels 'lucky to be alive' By Madlen Davies for MailOnline Published: 12:01 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 13:20 GMT, 23 April 2015 Koby Hodder, suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed in the school playground when he was 10 A 10-year-old boy nearly died after suffering a cardiac arrest in the school playground. Koby Hodder's heart stopped for a staggering 12 minutes after he collapsed while running around with friends during the morning break.
He was playing British Bulldog – a game in which children run from one side of a playing field to another without being caught by one of the ‘bulldogs’, who often employ forceful tactics to trap runners, including rugby tackling opponents to the ground. LaTasha Gosling and her three young children found murdered in their home. LaTasha Gosling, 27, of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, was found murdered in her home early WednesdayHer two daughters, Janyaa, 4, and Jenika, 8, and her son Landen, 7, were also discovered deadHours later police found the suspect dead at his residence, along with a six-month-old baby who was unharmedPolice are not releasing much information at this time, but did reveal the suspect and victims knew one another By Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com Published: 22:22 GMT, 22 April 2015 | Updated: 06:33 GMT, 23 April 2015 A young mother and her three children have been found murdered in their home.
LaTasha Gosling, 27, of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, and her two daughters, Janyaa, 4, and Jenika, 8, and her son Landen, 7, were discovered early Wednesday one day after they were reported missing. The suspect in the case was found just hours later dead, and while police would not say how he died they did say that it was not a homicide.
He also had a six-month-old baby with him who was unharmed. Bookkeeper of Auschwitz Oskar Groening wants the world to know horrors of camp. Oskar Groening arrived at Auschwitz days before the first Jewish prisonersThe former SS man is on trial for war crimes for his two years at the campGroening is not accused of personally killing or maltreating any prisonerInstead, he wants to put on record, as an SS man, exactly what happened By Guy Walters for the Daily Mail Published: 00:28 GMT, 23 April 2015 | Updated: 07:46 GMT, 23 April 2015 Oskar Groening had been at Auschwitz for only a few days when he first saw a transport of Jews arrive.
Hundreds of men, women and children stepped tentatively on to the railway unloading ramp that day in September 1942, clutching their few remaining belongings. They hoped, no doubt, that after a long and hellish journey across Europe, they had finally come to the end of the line. And so they had. Father of girl photo-bombed by 'ghost-like samurai' says image 'freaks him out' Photograph showed mysterious pair of boots behind little girl No one else was there, says the little girl's father, who took the pictureMartin Springall said there picture was not PhotoshoppedHe also said no one was standing behind the girlSceptics believe it could be a rocky outcrop or trick of the flight 'I really don't like dwelling on stuff like this, to be honest - it freaks me out''I'm about as skeptical as they come when it comes to the paranormal, so your guess is as good as mine' By Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia Published: 08:06 GMT, 22 April 2015 | Updated: 09:27 GMT, 22 April 2015 The father of the little girl who starred in a photograph that sent the internet into a frenzy because of a mystery pair of boots has 'no idea' what the object could be.
Israel honours it's fallen on Memorial Day. Yom Hazikaron, held this year on April 22, is Israel's official Memorial Day traditionally dedicated to fallen soldiers Sirens blasted across the country at 11am marking a two-minute silence for people to pray and pay their respects Shoppers, drivers, classrooms and workplaces all come to standstill during emotional remembrance day By Elaine O'flynn For Mailonline and Afp Published: 10:12 GMT, 22 April 2015 | Updated: 20:25 GMT, 22 April 2015 Israel marked its annual day of remembrance for fallen troops and slain civilians on Wednesday, with the country standing to attention for two minutes while sirens wailed.
Yom Hazikaron - or Memorial Day - is held the day before Israel's independence day, linking the sacrifice of soldiers with the creation and protection of the state. Bookkeeper of Auschwitz Oskar Groening faces charge of accessory to 300k murders. Parents of five-year-old transgender boy Jacob Lemay share their son's transition story. Mimi and Joe Lemay of Massachusetts say their son Jacob was never happy as a girl, adding that he has called himself a boy since he was two It took years and many emotional ups and downs before the couple finally decided to let him transitionNow attending a school where everyone knows him as a boy, Jacob is the happiest and most outgoing he has ever been. Image of feet behind girl on a Japanese shore sparks internet frenzy. Are these the ghostly disembodied boots of a samurai soldier? Carpet at Dome of the Rock sparks anger as it may cover up Ark of the Covenant clues. Row erupted after mysterious geometric designs discovered under carpetSome hope they may lead to chamber where Ark of the Covenant is hiddenBut new flooring laid before Israeli scholars were able to document pattern But Waqf, the authority in charge of Dome of the Rock, reject accusations By Associated Press and Flora Drury For Mailonline.
Auschwitz guard Oskar Groening in court before Holocaust survivors. Ynet שיר וזיכרון: הילד הלך, נשארה המנגינה - תרבות ובידור. כל שיר הוא זיכרון בלתי נמנע, וביום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל ופעולות האיבה, עולים בכולנו הזיכרונות הללו בעוצמה, עת אנו פונים אל הרדיו ומתמסרים למנגינות שמספרות את סיפוריהם הכואבים של הנופלים. האלבום "שיר וזיכרון" שיוצא זו שנה שנייה מאגד עשרים וחמש מנגינות שכאלו, עשרים וחמישה שירים חדשים וביצועים מחודשים לשירים קלאסיים המאפשרים לנו לכאוב ולהזדהות גם כשהמילים עצמן כבר אינן יכולות. Ynet חלל בלי תמונה: "מתאים לאישיות של עמנואל" SS sergeant Oskar Groening known as 'the bookkeeper of Auschwitz' goes on trial. SS sergeant Oskar Groening, 93, faces trial for being a guard at AuschwitzCharged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder in 2 months in 1944Groening says he was at the camp but denies killing or torturing JewsSurvivors and relatives filed into court today as they waited for trial to start.
SS sergeant Oskar Groening known as 'the bookkeeper of Auschwitz' goes on trial. James Freedman shows you how to stop your pocket being picked. Harry met James Freedman, who has his own one-man pickpocket showPerformer advises police and teaches people how not to be victims of theftIn astonishing demonstration, he shows how quickly a thief can rob you By Harry Mount for the Daily Mail. Uld YOU recognise your mum while blindfolded? Watch what happens when children are asked to pick their mother out of a group without seeing them in heart-warming new video.
Video shows six children asked to pick out their mother while blindfoldedMums become emotional waiting to see if their child will recognise themPandora created 'The Unique Connection' for Mother's DayThe video has so far been viewed 2.8 million times on YouTube. Could YOU recognise your mum while blindfolded? Watch what happens when children are asked to pick their mother out of a group without seeing them in heart-warming new video.