From the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich to the Wehrmacht and the Holocaust, DW takes a closer look at the darkest chapter in German history from 1939-1945.
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More than 240,000 people rallied in major Brazilian cities against corruption and the huge costs of hosting the 2014 World Cup. Riot police reacted with extreme violence.
Berlin and Washington are bound by a deep friendship. It developed in the Cold War and has now survived more recent turmoil in transatlantic relations.