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  • Rare color Hitler photos released by Life magazine

    Twenty years after he was nearly detained by American soldiers, Adolf Hitler's private photographer sold his 2,000-print collection to Life magazine. Hugo Jaeger was one of only a few photographers to use color extensively in the 1930s, and had what Life...
  • A high-speed zip across Europe by train

    A high-speed zip across Europe by train
    Last winter, when Kelly, my teenage son, and I rode trains for a total of 50 hours across France, Germany, Britain and the Low Countries on a frenetic two-week trip (journalistic research for me), we never waited long or walked far to make a connection....
  • Passion and faith in Oberammergau, Germany

    Passion and faith in Oberammergau, Germany
    Villages in the Bavarian Alps go to sleep early on summer nights. Silence rolls down from the mountaintops along with an eiderdown blanket of fog. A cowbell chimes. A few lights flicker, then go out. But not this summer in Oberammergau, about 50 miles...
  • A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts

    A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts
    While Los Angeles celebrates the arrival of the Dodgers 50 years ago (beach balls! vigorous organ music!), Brooklyn, N.Y., faces the butt end of that anniversary. This month in 1958, Brooklynites found themselves facing their first 20th century spring...
  • Hitler's chemists chased Auschwitz profits

    A sweet stench filled the site in occupied Poland where chemical-maker I.G. Farbenindustrie AG was building a factory to feed Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's tanks and bombers with synthetic rubber and fuel during World War II. Amid the hammering, barking...
  • "Intercourse," by Robert Olen Butler

    No serious writer in America works with a lighter touch than Robert Olen Butler. That sure hand, guided by a potent creative intelligence, saves books like "Tabloid Dreams" (1996), inspired by supermarket weekly headlines, from mere whimsy. Butler...
  • "The Steel Wave," by Jeff Shaara

    Drama? It was the greatest seaborne invasion in history. A beguiling plot? The 20th Century offers no more stirring a story than the Allied landings at Normandy in 1944. Mystery? The British, Canadian and American troops were kept in the dark for much...
  • Cruel summer

    In the Light of You By Nathan Singer Bleak House, $24.95 This visceral coming-of-age tale about 16-year-old lost boy Mikal Fanon is, on the surface, a straightforward and unapologetically brutal novel about the destruction that indoctrinated hate sows....
  • 'The Spies of Warsaw,' by Alan Furst

    During the war years in the Balkans, on those chilly nights when you counted your blessings if you had a portable generator that provided enough light to read by, Alan Furst's spy novels offered pleasant diversion for many a foreign correspondent. Furst,...
  • 'Columbine,' by Dave Cullen

    'Columbine,' by Dave Cullen
    Columbine Dave Cullen Twelve: 420 pp., $26.99 Forget everything you thought you knew. The girl who professed her faith in God before being gunned down in the library. The Trenchcoat Mafia and the feud between the goths and jocks. The idea that Eric...
  • Luis Mandoki dissents with 'Fraude Mexico 2006'

    Luis Mandoki dissents with 'Fraude Mexico 2006'
    LUIS MANDOKI has been called the Michael Moore of Mexico, a filmmaker whose overtly partisan documentaries preach messages to viewers who are already inclined to believe. But that's not the worst thing his critics had to say of Mandoki's most recent film,...