He quotes Nobel prize-winning novelist Thomas Mann who wrote in 1919 that he equated the Bolshevik revolution in Russia with the Jews.
The photo shoot for —which marks the first time all three have been photographed together for a publication—was cluttered with eyelash curlers, hair extensions, and high-fashion designer duds.
"Any more hair and you'll look like a Bratz doll," Harry teases his mother, giggling.
Adolf Hitler's obsessive hatred for Jews was sparked by his experiences after World War One, according to a new book.
Respected historian Ralf-George Reuth argues the dictator blamed them for both the Russian revolution and the collapse of the German economy.
Their favorite thing to do was dress her up for parent-teacher conferences. They liked things to be monochromatic: The dress would be blue and the bag would be blue, and blue Manolo Blahnik shoes.
Always a Manolo, and never a flat." But would she wear it? " Turns out the supermodel mama got enough attention as it was at PTA meetings and has a special conservative wardrobe just for school trips.
With one caveat: Who needs a Barbie doll when Mom is the legendary pinup Stephanie Seymour?
"When they were little, they would lay out outfits for me," recalls Seymour, 45. and they would have laid out a 1955 vintage Dior couture gown and all the accessories too.
Although the couple separated in 2009 (which gave gossip columns a few fun months), they reconciled the following year and resumed their place as the glamorous first couple of the contemporary art world.