Former President Barack Obama warned U.S. citizens not to “grow complacent.”
“‘Mein Kampf’ is on the approved list because it does not violate our rules,” said a prison official.
Stamford Hill, a largely ultra-Orthodox neighborhood, has been plagued by anti-Semitic attacks over the past year.
In pictures from a recent game, fans could be seen holding signs that read “HOLOCAUST” next two a massive banner of Hitler’s face.
“In terms of his draftsmanship, he’s proficient,” the Army’s art historian said of Hitler’s paintings. But his art doesn’t show any “sparkle of life.”
“No visitors complained about it. Most of our visitors are having fun because they know this is just an entertainment museum.”
Everyone assumes Hitler committed suicide in the bunker, but a CIA report says he escaped to work for a shipping company in Colombia.
When Hitler first returned to Munich he was hardly a right-wing zealot. If anything, he leaned to the political left. So what happened?
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 show about madness would not have been complete if it did not host an episode of madness,” said the president of the museum.