Local residents expressed a bemused surprise, given that the Wakoneta Daily is considered a conservative paper.
A foundation run by Roy Moore accepted a contribution from a group founded by a Nazi white supremacist.
My family was supposed to leave Germany on November 10, 1938, but Kristallnacht foiled our escape plan. What my mother did next saved our lives.
“I am not sad that I will die but I am sad that I won’t be able to take revenge like I would like to.”
“We live in a land of ideals, not blood and soil.”
The tweet appears to be a reference to a famous thought experiment: if you could travel back in time, would you kill Hitler as an infant?
The European version of the site listed the costume as ‘World War II Evacuee.’
A school official called the assignment “a teachable moment.”
“Any falmouth (sic) students that can’t handle a bit of csm banter need to grow up,” one student wrote on Facebook.
Tal Silberstein, who worked for Austria’s Social Democrats, might have violated anti-Nazi laws in accusing political rivals of anti-Semitism.