Author

 
Kate Connolly

Kate Connolly

    Mein Kampf: Strange tales of the world's most dangerous book
    Mein Kampf: Strange tales of the world's most dangerous book
    It's been used as business management manuals to toilet paper. But despite its purposes as a pick-up device, Mein Kampf is a definite flop.
    Auschwitz survivor: 'We had no rights but a fierce determination to survive'
    Auschwitz survivor: 'We had no rights but a fierce determination to survive'
    An Auschwitz survivor who lost 119 members of her family in the Holocaust, has confronted a former SS guard, appealing to him to take responsibility.
    Touring Bowie's Berlin
    Touring Bowie's Berlin
    After the surprise release of the singer's first single in more than a decade, Kate Connolly tours the city that inspired his trilogy of albums.
    Merkel: Chancellor who shops with the people
    Merkel: Chancellor who shops with the people
    Angela Merkel's popularity hinges to a large extent on her down-to-earth approach and according to the latest poll her popularity rating is 61%.
    Markets rally after Germany's ruling on eurozone rescue fund
    Markets rally after Germany's ruling on eurozone rescue fund
    Angela Merkel says Germany has sent a powerful message to the rest of Europe and beyond after its decision on the creation of a rescue fund.
    What it feels like to be old
    What it feels like to be old
    An innovative suit gives medical students an idea of what the elderly experience in their daily lives, writes Kate Connolly.
    Germany's Muslim, Jewish leaders team up to fight circumcision ruling
    Germany's Muslim, Jewish leaders team up to fight circumcision ruling
    Jewish and Muslim leaders have united in their condemnation of a German court's decision to in effect outlaw the circumcision of boys.
    The Führer's tentative return to Berlin
    The Führer's tentative return to Berlin
    A ground-breaking exhibition about Adolf Hitler has explored the relationship between the Führer and the German nation.
    Paul's death 'distinctly murky'
    Paul's death 'distinctly murky'
    No sooner had death's tentacles slackened their grip on Paul's squidgy body, when the first conspiracy theory emerged.
    Milking sleep-deprived
    Milking sleep-deprived
    Melatonin-loaded milk taken from cows at night said to alleviate insomnia.
    Immigrants Germany loves to hate
    Immigrants Germany loves to hate
    Chancellor Angela Merkel's remarks about the 'failure of multiculturalism' in the country suggest a shift in attitude to foreigners.