100-year-old Holocaust survivor compares Trump to Hitler
How did such an outrageous idea make it to TV in the first place?
This is the second time in a year that ASU has seen anti-Semitic posters from the white nationalist group Folksfront.
I recently purchased at auction an important document consisting of an original draft order to expedite Nazi Germany’s slave labor program, with editing changes in Adolf Hitler’s handwriting.
“It’s a deliberate provocation, that’s for sure. Is it a sign that the next thing is mass arrests? Not necessarily.”
“This is a special sign of solidarity and recognition.”
Alice Frank Stock, who lived in Munich at the time, said the Nazi leader feared that “someone will try and kill him.”
“Anything that depicts anything regarding Hitler is a very sensitive issue, especially with growing anti-Semitism … around the world.”
The game about the rise of fascism remains available on Amazon, however.
“I didn’t want these objects to fall into the wrong hands and be used by people with dishonest intentions.”