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The gravestone of the Waffen-SS tank commander has been stolen from a war cemetery in France.

Adolf Hitler’s legendary book Mein Kampf has become a best seller in Germany.

The liberal cowards are literally pissing their pants over Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” getting republished in Germany.

Swastika flags, Hitler Youth knives, and running shoes with swastikas on them are just some of the items for sale on Amazon's U.S. and Canadian websites that have a jew supremacist calling for a boycott of North America's largest online retailer.

For the first time since the end of World War II, Mein Kampf will be published in Germany, this time with more than 3,500 annotations by liberal and jewish scholars.

Adolf Hitler's manifesto falls out of copyright next year, and already annotated German and French reprints are being prepared, a Paris publisher confirmed. 

The film "Look Who's Back" is an adaptation of a satirical novel which has sold over a million copies.

A signed copy of Hitler's political treatise Mein Kampf, which he gifted to a comrade from his time in prison in the mid 1920s, is to go on sale in Los Angeles. 

As the story goes, with Soviet forces approaching in the final days of World War II, an armored train left the city of Breslau (now Wroclaw, Poland) in April 1945 and headed west toward Waldenburg (now Walbrzych). 

Almost 20 soldiers struggled to remove the tank from a villa in a wealthy suburb of Kiel, after police searching the property discovered the tank, a torpedo, an anti-aircraft gun and other weapons in the cellar. 

The Moscow prosecutor’s office has opened a criminal investigation into the sale of figurine soldiers in Nazi regalia at the Russian capital’s most renowned children’s store.

The uniform of Hermann Goering, who founded the Gestapo and was commander of the Luftwaffe, is for sale at £85,000. 

A two-volume set of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf and a handwritten address-change document he filed with the police in Vienna in 1909 attracted zero bids in an online auction that ended Thursday, but the Mein Kampf sold just a few hours later for $43,750.

The Coca-Cola Company pulled a German television ad for the orange soft drink Fanta following complaints that the commercial referred to the 1940s, when the beverage was invented following an international trade embargo on the National Socialist Germany, as the good old times.

Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ will be published in Germany for the first time since World War II, though zionist scholars have heavily annotated the 2016 edition, turning the famous manifesto into an “anti-Hitler” text.

A fishing village's park known as 'Hitlers Walk' since the 1930s is to have its name reinstated after it was removed a decade ago.

The Pieter Schelte, the biggest vessel in the world, arrived in Rotterdam, triggering a jewish protest to change the ship’s name, because Pieter Schelte was a member of the Waffen-SS. 

A museum is planning to rebuild the massive bunker complex where the Führer spent his final weeks.

A police helicopter in Brazil has made a interesting discovery – a huge swastika tiled into the bottom of a swimming pool.

The short film commissioned by Thailand's military rulers was supposed to promote the "12 core values" every Thai student must now learn.

The entire nation of Poland is under attack by internationals for allowing Lego-style "Nazi toys" to be marketed to children.

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.

“I offer Christmas decorations of SS units,” the listing states, on the Czech auction site, Aukro.

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

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.

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

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. 

Germany should be proud of its National Socialist history and the symbol of the swastika.

An Irish auction house defended its decision to sell National Socialist daggers saying collectors will buy because of an interest in history.

Russian President Vladimir Putin allegedly praised National Socialist propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels during a meeting with Jewish religious leaders in Moscow.

Auction website eBay has refused to list a World War II-era Mercedes Benz once owned Hermann Goering, the National Socialist leader who commanded the German air force, citing a policy prohibiting the sale of "offensive items".

Italian Duce Benito Mussolini's official car, an Alfa Romeo convertible, has fetched €180,000 ($240,000) at auction in France, the auctioneer said.

A billboard in Auburn, Alabama, features five smiling kids beneath a quote from Adolf Hitler: “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.”

Supermarket Asda has defended a 'wearable England flag' it has launched for the World Cup after claims it resembles a Ku Klux Klan outfit.

The house where Adolf Hitler was born could become a language school for immigrants, under new plans being considered by the zionist government.

A woman who invented a wild tale of survival during the holocaust has been ordered to forfeit the $22.5 million judgement she won from her publishers by a Massachusetts court.

Germans more interested in Adolf Hitler than at any time since the Allied defeat of the Third Reich at the end of the Second World War, study finds.

Authorities in France have scrapped a planned auction of personal effects belonging to Hitler and Hermann Goering.

A German furniture store chain has apologised for selling mugs with Adolf Hitler's face on them.

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