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    1. Adopted by the Nazi Party in the 1930s, Hitler's infamous "sieg heil" (meaning "hail victory")...

    2. Google subsidiary Niantic Labs has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game.

    3. What happened to the man who refused to give a Nazi salute

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 01 11:17 AM

      Nearly 80 years have passed since a camera captured the moment when a man stood with his hands down among the sea of Germans giving a Nazi salute. It was in Germany in 1936 and a newly built ship was about to leave the harbor of Hamburg. The photo shows a crowd of people, who are believed to be workers, raising their arms for the infamous gesture, except for a man believed to be August ...

    4. 'Seinfeld': How a Bail Bondsman Became the Soup Nazi

      The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJun 26 09:00 PM

      Larry Thomas showed up to the audition looking like Saddam Hussein: "I'm going, 'Do I have the guts to walk in there like that?'"

    5. A North Carolina man is taking down a Nazi flag that has flown outside his home for years, insisting that he is no racist, and instead simply likes flags. John Brown, of Kings Mountain, North Carolina, has flown the Nazi banner for years, according to WCNC, much to the chagrin of his neighbors. Brown has Man Flies Nazi Flag From House, Claims He Just Likes Flags is an article from: The Inquisitr...

    6. August Landmesser, the lone German refusing to raise a stiff right arm amid Hitler's presence at a 1936 rally, had been a loyal Nazi

    7. Study: Nazi propaganda left life-long mark on German kids

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 15 12:42 PM

      BERLIN (AP) — Anti-Semitic propaganda had a life-long effect on German children schooled during the Nazi period, leaving them far more likely to harbor negative views of Jews than those born earlier and later, according to a study published Monday.

    8. A Google subsidiary has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game. Niantic Labs says players of 'Ingress' can propose historic location and monuments for inclusion in the game, in which two factions use smartphones to battle for control of these sites. Gabriele Hammermann, director of the memorial site at Dachau, told the dpa news agency that Google's ...

    9. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visited a former Nazi concentration camp for the first time during a state visit to Germany Friday, meeting Holocaust survivors and British veterans who helped liberate the site 70 years ago. The trip to Bergen-Belsen in northwestern Germany by the 89-year-old queen -- accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip, 94 -- was a "personal visit" and "her wish", sources ...

    10. A North Carolina man who has been flying a Nazi flag outside his home says he's not a racist. He just likes flags. Kings Mountain resident John Brown told local NBC station WCNC that he plans to take down the swastika, but said he doesn't think the flag is offensive and part of the reason he's removing it is that the flag is too worn out and no longer fit to fly . Neighbors say Nazi flag flying...

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