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    1. Nazi officer Wilm Hosenfeld idolised 'true genius' Hitler, but became horrified by atrocities he witnessed in Warsaw and vowed to help who I can', including pianist Władysław Szpilman.

    2. Nazi-inspired advertising for the TV show The Man in the High Castle is removed from the subway in New York after complaints.

      Ads featuring Nazi imagery pulled from New York ... - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

    3. Treasure hunting duo claims 'Nazi Gold Train' discovery

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsNov 11 11:00 AM

      Treasure hunters may have located a Nazi train missing for 70 years and rumored to be filled with billions of dollars in gold and jewels. Using sonar equipment, Piotr Koper, of Poland, and Andreas Richter, of Germany, said in September they captured images they believe to be the train and its contents, near the coal town of Walbrzych, in southwestern Poland. Recommended: How much do you know ...

    4. NEW YORK – After hearing complaints from New York City subway riders and social media users, Amazon is shutting down an ad campaign that featured subway cars covered in Nazi imagery to promote the series "The Man in the High Castle."

    5. Technically Incorrect: To promote its new series "The Man in the High Castle," Amazon decides to confront strap hangers with Nazi and Japanese war symbolism. The company then reportedly pulls the ads.

    6. Amazon ads for Nazi-themed TV show pulled from N.Y. subway

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsNov 24 07:26 PM

      Advertisements for a new Inc show featuring Nazi-inspired imagery have been pulled from a busy New York City subway line after Governor Andrew Cuomo intervened, a transit spokesman said late on Tuesday. The advertisements for "The Man in the High Castle" had completely wrapped the seats, walls and ceilings of one train on the shuttle line that connects Times Square and Grand Central ...

    7. A Nazi invasion has struck subway cars thanks to an ad campaign for an Amazon show about Hitler winning World War II — and straphangers are outraged at having to ride on trains that look as if they rolled straight out of the Third Reich. “It is insensitive and a desperate move for attention,” said...

    8. Unrepentant Ursula Haverback, 87, described the Holocaust as 'the greatest and most sustainable lie in history.'

    9. 'Man in the High Castle' Nazi Subway Ads Cause Controversy in N.Y.

      The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsNov 22 09:00 PM

      The seats on a 42nd Street shuttle train in New York City have been decked out in the symbols of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan.

    10. Treasure hunting duo claims 'Nazi Gold Train' discovery

      The Christian Science MonitorNov 11 11:16 AM

      Poland is finally ready to start digging out a rumored 'Nazi gold train,' rumored to hold billions of dollars worth of gold and jewels. 

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