A Jewish businessman in Merbourne has been honoured with the Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC)’s Making a Difference Award for purchasing a website domain named after Adolf Hitler when it was listed for auction last month.

Officials for a public school in Maryland are investigating after a swastika flag was pictured hanging in a classroom window over the weekend.

The retailer once said it would sell “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Now it has banished objectionable volumes — and agreed to erasing the swastikas from a photo book about a National Socialist takeover.

A 1944 painting by Jewish artist George Grosz that depicts National Socialist leader Adolf Hitler as the Bible’s fratricidal Cain went on display at the German Historical Museum in Berlin as part of a new permanent exhibition.

Under the new law, public display of National Socialist symbols in works of science, literature and art will not be considered as extremism when it is done to form negative attitude to the ideology of National Socialism.

A man dressed as Adolf Hitler raised Jewis-Liberal eyebrows as he rode around in the sidecar of a NS-era motorcycle during a weekend festival in Germany, according to the New York Post.

A book presumed to have been owned by Adolf Hitler was bought by Library and Archives Canada for just over US$4,500 even though some of the federal agency’s employees questioned its purchase.

Several user-generated playlists available to the public drew Semitic extremist criticism after a Jewish supremacist newspaper pointed out the "rampant anti-Semitic content".

Plans to turn Benito Mussolini’s birthplace into a hub for antifascist historians "analysing" Italian fascism have been blocked by a Nationalist mayor, who is supported by Il Duce’s descendants.

The play was held in eastern Poland at event commemorating Polish children died during the war.

Australian Jewish Supremacists called for Amazon to stop selling a board game in which players win by putting Adolf Hitler in power.

Israel's ambassador to Thailand says "ignorance is to blame" after photos emerged of two men posing as Wehrmacht officers in a busy Bangkok mall.

Hundreds of Jews dance down the main street of Freiburg im Breisgau that was once named after the Führer, as they welcome the "sacred scroll".

A rare “Enigma” machine, used by National Socialist Germany to create military communications code thought to be unbreakable, sold at auction for more than $106,000.

The Vienna Philharmonic said it now wanted to use a version that was "unconnected to the Nazi past".

The US Army and the Department of Defense are facing a Jewish-Liberal furor for posting to their official Facebook pages a large photo of Waffen-SS officer and National Socialist war hero Joachim Peiper.

Several major retailers have been urged to remove a string of "white supremacist" and "pro-Confederate" materials from sale, including a so-called "bible of the racist right".

It was once the pride of Hitler"s navy but now an 800lb bronze eagle from the German "pocket battleship" Graf Spee is set to be auctioned off to the highest bidder – amid Jewish fears it may end up in the hands of "white supremacists".

A group of Argentinan students who parodied the popular song "Barbie Girl" with their own rendition of "Nazi Girl" sparked so much Jewish outrage that their teacher ended up fired and their school was forced to apologize.

Adolf Hitler's hat and Eva Braun's dress have gone under the hammer, prompting anger from Jews and Liberals.

The object, originally dubbed "Ultima Thule," was renamed to "Arrokoth" due to the connection between the word "Thule" and the National Socialists.

The building where Adolf Hitler was born in Austria will be turned into a police station, officials have announced.

A garden that once provided Adolf Hitler with fresh vegetables has been discovered at his famous Wolf’s Lair headquarters.

A European Jewish supermacist leader has asked a Munich auction house to cancel the sale of "Nazi Memorabilia", saying that "some things simply cannot be traded."

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is looking into why a Swastika flag was hanging on the wall inside a state parole office.

The headteacher of a school in Utah has been suspended after one of their pupils was allowed to march in the school’s Halloween parade while dressed up as Adolf Hitler.

Police are investigating the sale of Adolf Hitler masks at a shop in the capital of the Czech Republic, local media report.

A highly publicized German exhibition of atrocities allegedly carried out by regular German army forces during the Second World War has been closed down in the wake of revelations that many of the harrowing photographs it displayed are deceitful.

The Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires recently obtained alleged "Nazi treasures" seized by Argentinian police in 2017. 

A Halloween fancy dress store in Sheffield has come under Jewish-Liberal fire for selling a National Socialist costume, The Sheffield Tab can reveal.

The daughter of a so-called "Holocaust survivor" has condemned a Huddersfield shop owner for featuring National Socialist uniforms and weapons in a window display.

A 136-room hotel with a rooftop garden will be built on top of a huge NS-era bunker in Germany.

Audio recordings from the Nuremberg trials of National Socialist leaders will be made available to the public for the first time in digital form after nearly two years of work conducted in secret.

Busts of Adolf Hitler, a Ouija board inscribed with National Socialist symbols and other relics from a hoard found in a collector’s secret hiding place will go on display at the Holocaust Museum in Argentina, where many high-ranking National Socialists fled after the end of the second world war.

Argentina's Holocaust Museum has taken custody of a huge trove of National Socialist artefacts seized in a house raid in the capital, Buenos Aires, two years ago.

Two years ago, it was revealed that several German churches still had bells displaying swastika engravings. One of the them, hung in a church in Lower Saxony, has now been exchanged.

A Dutch museum’s attempt to showcase what it claims is “evil” Nazi design art and architecture has backfired after the exhibition was sold out in the first few days - and the panicked organizers have now banned all visitors from using cell phones in the museum to stop people taking “selfies” with the display.

Silk knickers worn by Adolf Hitler's wife Eva Braun are expected to fetch £800 at auction.

The show focused on how design furthered the ‘development of the evil Nazi ideology,’ but Jews worry the show glorifies National Socialist aesthetics.

German visitors complained on and Tripadvisor about pictures of NS-era relatives on the wall of an Austrian hotel. Now the owners of the hotel are suing them for defamation.


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