Latest Swastika Stories
MONTREAL, July 9, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Recently, owners of the largest billboards in Canada refused the Raelians' business, which would promote their Swastika rehabilitation campaign.
A thousand year old religious icon, a Nazi SS expedition into Tibet, and a meteorite. Sounds like the latest installment in the Indiana Jones franchise, right? You aren't far off.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
The Producers, a musical about a musical named Springtime for Hitler, is finally opening in Hitler's capital, Berlin. The show has already attracted notice because of its promotional campaign, featuring red flags bearing black pretzels and sausages, Der Spiegel reported.
A Pennsylvania man has complained a local grocery store refused to decorate a birthday cake with his young son's name: Adolf Hitler Campbell. Heath Campbell, 35, who denies the Holocaust took place and decorated his home with swastikas and Nazi paraphernalia, said The ShopRite supermarket in Greenwich Township refused to print his son's name on a cake to mark his third birthday, the Harrisburg (Pa.) Express-Times reported Monday. Campbell said the store has also refused to decorate cakes with...
A Belgian TV network has been criticized after advertisements for a travel-themed show depicted the host as a scantily clad Adolf Hitler. The print ads for broadcaster VRT's travel show featured host Tomas de Soete dressed as a Hitler caricature wearing only a swastika armband and pants while giving a stiff-armed salute with the Nazi flag behind him, the Daily Mail reported The picture was accompanied by the message: Discover the real Europe.
Police in San Jose, Calif, said they have opened a hate crime investigation after swastikas and Stars of David were found painted on a church building.
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