Nazism

Sweden orders inquiry into hate vandalism

By Nathalie Rothschild, April 11, 2014

The swedish government has ordered an inquiry into hate assaults and vandalism following an intensification of neo-Nazi attacks on Jewish and Muslim targets.



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German Neo-Nazis’ monstrous tactics

April 10, 2014

The Cookie Monster is being used by neo-Nazis in Berlin to recruit children, according to local police.

A far-right activist was arrested last month for handing out extremist leaflets to children while dressed as the Sesame Street character.

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Hungarian election a ‘wake-up call for Europe’

By Rosa Doherty, April 7, 2014

Electoral gains made by the far-right party Jobbik should be a source of grave concern for Europe, European Jewish Congress said in a statement following the Hungarian election on Sunday.

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DNA test reveals Jewish ancestry of Hitler's wife, Eva Braun

By Daniel Easterman, April 7, 2014

DNA tests have revealed that Adolf Hitler’s wife Eva Braun had Jewish ancestry.

The scientific examination, carried out by analysing a strand of Braun’s hair from her hairbrush, show that she had a genetic sequence strongly associated with Ashkenazi Jews.

The revelation comes as part of the Channel 4 documentary Dead Famous DNA, which will be aired on Wednesday evening.

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Hitler’s hair shame

March 27, 2014

Channel 4 long ago moved away from its original incarnation providing thoughtful, intelligent alternative TV programmes. Today it relies on tacky ratings bait. But even by its already low standards, its decision to hand over money to the notorious Holocaust denier, David Irving, for a supposed lock of Hitler’s hair represents a new low.

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German city moves to bulldoze Holocaust villa

By Toby Axelrod, March 20, 2014

Activists in the German city of Steinfurt near the Dutch border are protesting against plans to tear down what they call the “last witness to Jewish life in our district”.

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Germany opens door for neo-Nazis in EU election

By Toby Axelrod, March 20, 2014

A German Supreme Court ruling meant to protect democratic values has paved the way for extremist and anti-democratic parties to win seats in the May EU Parliament elections.

While parties still need to get 5 per cent of the vote to win seats in German legislative bodies, the court found in favour of groups who claim that the existing 3 per cent hurdle for the EU Parliament is anti-democratic.

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Boy London is making the wrong kind of statement

By Tamara Corin, March 6, 2014

Fashion and statement go hand in hand.

Nazi, fascist and extremist symbolism in fashion are unfortunately not new things, so it comes to no surprise that the latest brand to cause controversy amongst the fashion set is Boy London.

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Boy London fashion brand rejects concern over ‘Nazi’ logo

By Sandy Rashty, March 5, 2014

An international fashion label has dismissed concerns over the striking resemblance between its logo and the Nazi eagle symbol.

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Campaigner’s new hope over battle for looted art

By Marcus Dysch, February 27, 2014

When the news broke last October that a hoard of Nazi looted art had been recovered from a pensioner’s grimy Munich flat, the public response was one of astonishment.

But Anne Webber was not surprised. For her, the discovery was merely further confirmation of what she had long-known — that German authorities remain reluctant to tackle one of the key remaining legacies of the war.

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