In Germany, memory of the past is often painful: two world wars, the Holocaust, the Berlin Wall. Now, Germans are again thinking about how they remember these events. Writer Alissa Quart visited a couple of museums in Berlin.
A German radio station organized an unusual contest: it had listeners compete for the best epitaph for their tombstone. The prize? All funeral expenses paid. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Radio Galaxy host Jens PlÃ¼ger.
Saturday marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. The World's Alex Gallafent reports on the "Titanic" movie you probably haven't seen: a piece of Nazi propaganda from 1943, a film with a story as tragic as the original ocean liner's.