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I Love A Parade

For decades, neo-Nazis have traveled to the southeastern German town of Wunsiedel, where Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, was buried until 2011. The right-wing extremists march through the town in commemoration of Hess year after year, glorifying the horrors of the Third Reich. 114 more words


I Regret Nothing!

Rudolf Hess, even before his death, had been subject to an intense Allied campaign of disparagement and defamation. Campaign that went wrong on too many levels. 11,104 more words

History & Nationalism

Ian Fleming in Modern Literature

The use of real life people in novels is common so it’s surprising how little Ian Fleming has turned up – that is until fairly recently. 910 more words

Incidental Intelligence

With ban on new printings about to end, Mein Kampf proves to be a trove of fashion advice for Aryans

Should Germans be able to buy copies of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” in German in Germany? Usually this time of year, my thoughts turn to German men, as in: Should they be allowed to wear socks with sandals and short shorts (in public, outside Germany). 825 more words