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Anne Frank's stepsister tells her story, on her 90th birthday: 'There was always this ghost living with us'
Before the Gestapo came for Anne Frank in the secret annex, before officers marched her family onto trains bound for Auschwitz, before Anne slipped into the eternal midnight of the six million murdered,
Overlooked is a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. The alarm went off at 2:15 a.m. Grace Banker stirred awake and roused three the
Overlooked is a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. Bessie Blount was about 7 when a teacher rapped her knuckles during a classroom
NASA on Friday officially renamed a facility in West Virginia after Katherine Johnson, an African-American mathematician and centenarian whose barrier-breaking career was depicted in the film “Hidden The
Alfred Eisenstaedt photographed sailor kissing Greta Friedman in Times Square at the end of the second world war George Mendonsa, the sailor pictured in the famous photograph kissing a woman in Times amid
She retired from the Air Force in 1997 as the nation’s highest-ranking black woman in the Department of Defense. Marcelite J. Harris, the first black woman to serve as a major general in the U.S. military,
Roman Vishniac photographed Berlin in the 1930s, as swastikas began to creep on to the streets. But did the sacred status given to his images of Jewish villages in eastern Europe overshadow the brilliance
It is thought of as the ultimate man’s world, a sooty-faced fraternity deep under ground. But it is a little-known fact that many women also worked in Britain’s coal mines, doing crucial jobs to keep collieries
Freddie Oversteegen was only 14, petite with long braids, when she became an assassin and saboteur. It was 1940, Germany had invaded the Netherlands, and she and her sister, Truus, who was two years older,
Since 1851, obituaries in The New York Times have been dominated by white men. With Overlooked, we’re adding the stories of remarkable people whose deaths went unreported in The Times. As a nurse in a
MOUNT BUNDEY TRAINING AREA, Australia — First Lt. Marina A. Hierl watched a dozen Marines charge toward human silhouettes made of paper atop a nearby hill. Despite the early hour, the troops’ armored and
The violence of the final weeks of World War II on Europe's Eastern Front was matched only by its chaos, as the exhausted and outnumbered Germans withered under attacks from well-equipped and highly motivated
With huge tax cuts projected to create a $1.5tn deficit, cuts to social security and Medicare will surely follow Since January, there have been frightening signs that America is becoming an oligarchy by