Horror in Sweden: Nazi Soldiers Discovered on the Shelves of Toy Stores


A department store in western Sweden is forced to clean up its toys section after „sensitive” customers outraged over a number of "nazi toy soldiers".

"The toy soldiers at the Gekås store in Ullared are manufactured by Cobi and some bear uniforms resembling those worn by the feared Gestapo during the Second World War," The Local reported.

Adolf Hitler Watercolour Fetches 130,000 Euros at Nuremberg Auction


A 1914 watercolour by Adolf Hitler fetched 130,000 euros ($161,000) at auction in the German city of Nuremberg on Saturday, the auctioneers said.

The buyer was a private person from the Middle East who attended the sale in person, said Kathrin Weidler, head of the auction house. She said there had also been inquiries from Asia and America. The painting, entitled "Standesamt und Altes Rathaus Muenchen" (Civil Registry Office and Old Town Hall of Munich), is one of about 2,000 works that Hitler painted between about 1905 and 1920 as a struggling young artist.

National Socialist Christmas Decorations Up For Sale Spark Jewish Outrage in the Czech Republic


A set of Swastika Christmas tree decorations being offered for sale on a Czech auction site have stirred jewish outrage online and in the Czech Republic.

The seller of the ornaments claims they are “original SS Christmas tree decorations used over 70 years ago” by the National Socialists, and has listed them on the Czech auction site, Aukro, for £59 — or approximately $92 U.S. “I offer Christmas decorations of SS units,” the listing states. “The decorations are authentic and not damaged.”

Watercolour Painted by the Young Artist Adolf Hitler to Go Under the Hammer in Nuremburg


Watercolour by German leader Adolf Hitler goes under the hammer in Nuremburg later this month.

At first glance it is unremarkable: just another lot among hundreds of paintings up or auction in the German city of Nuremberg later this month. But a closer inspection reveals that there is more to the "Old Town Hall" than a competent, if unspectacular watercolour of an old Munich building. Because the artist was Adolf Hitler.

Adolf Hitler Lookalike Spotted Across Germany in Movie Publicity Stunt


The appearances have gone viral across social media,

but jewish fears of a copycat were quashed by reports that it was a publicity stunt for a satirical movie that is due to start filming this weekend. Look Who’s Back is the adaptation of a novel by Timur Vermes that imagines a modern-day Germany where the german leader awakes from a 60-year sleep with no recollection of the events of 1945.

Kriegsmarine U-boat Found with Ship it Sank off North Carolina


The wrecks of a German U-boat and a merchant vessel it sank in the Battle of the Atlantic have been found 30 miles (48 km) off North Carolina.

Researchers led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found U-576 within 240 yds (220 m) of the US freighter Bluefields after 70 years. It is a "rare window into a historic military battle", the NOAA said. The two ships met on 15 July 1942 when the German submarine attacked a convoy of merchant ships en route to Florida.

Swiss Coffee Cream with Adolf Hitler on the Label Causes Jewish Outrage


Swiss retailer Migros forced to apologize for coffee cream with the faces of Hitler and Mussolini.

Migros said it "offered its excuses for this unforgivable incident" and that it was in the process of withdrawing the small pots of cream from cafes to which they had been delivered. Labels from mini cream pots have cult following in Switzerland, with manufacturers feeding the passion of collectors by releasing regular new editions.

Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf becomes Amazon Bestseller


Originally published in 1925, the 387-page manifesto has become “a bona fide online sensation,”

writes Fox News, topping Amazon’s Propaganda & Political Psychology section as of Thursday for just 99 cents. Chris Faraone of wrote Wednesday that for about a year now, Hitler's book has been on the list of best-sellers on iTunes, where and that currently two different digital versions of the book rank 12th and 15th on the Politics & Current Events chart.

Montevideo: Graf Spee's Eagle Rises from Deep


 War trophies don’t come much more imposing than the solid bronze statue that once adorned the prow of the Graf Spee, a notorious battleship that sank numerous Allied merchant vessels.

 Weighing 700 pounds and with a wingspan of nearly 9 feet, the statue is a rare surviving example of the ultimate Third Reich symbol of an eagle perched atop a swastika. It is also causing the Uruguayan government a "headache" after a local businessman had the statue salvaged from the wreck of the Graf Spee in shallow waters just off Uruguay’s capital of Montevideo in 2006.

Egyptian Storefront Advertises Adolf Hitler the Cockroach Killer


A storefront in Egypt is advertising the services of Hitler the cockroach killer, according to a copy of the sign posted on Facebook.

"Here Only," states the Arabic sign, which also bears a swastika and a picture of the Führer raising the traditional NS salute. "A salute to the respectable Egyptian peoples from the German Hitler." "The anti-Semitic advertisement is a reminder that anti-Semitism continues to thrive and grow in Egypt even under its more moderate government", jews say.

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