The Nazis wanted a foothold in Antarctica to fuel their war machine and their margarine-loving volk.
“I’m still in awe that I have Hitler’s autograph,” Ron Post, 59, said.
The public keeps getting outraged over Nazi comparisons in Austria. But that outrage only distracts from the core issue, writes Anna Goldenberg.
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Music and Keyboards by Fredrik Andersson Conceptional Project Initialized Music All Rights Reserved Music and Keyboards by Fredrik Andersson Conceptional Project Initialized Music All Rights Reserved Thanks to my family,distant great friends. We hope for our leaders to make fine decisions which is not always an easy thing to do: Benjamin Netanyahu,Mahmoud Abbas,Bashar Assad,Kim Jong-Il,Kim Jong-un,Ali Abdullah Saleh,Dalai Lama,United Nations,Nobel Peaceprize,Thein Sein,Jacob Zuma,Alexander Lukashenko,United Nations Security Council,Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,Hu Jintau,Hugo Chavez,Bill Clinton,Barack Obama,Laura Bush,Michelle Obama,Kofi Annan,Condoleezza Rice,Aung San Suu Kyi,George W Bush,Hillary Clinton,Dmitry Medvedev,Vladimir Putin,Ban Ki Moon,David Cameron,Angela Merkel,Nicolas Sarkozy,Fredrik Reinfeldt,Carl Bildt. By the way,worldpeace is not a bad idea…it may sound a bit romantic, but don`t we all have dreams and hopes?Through freedom and democracy we can one day reach that specific task together,side by side,respecting one and another.We can travel to parts of the world,which is now more or less closed due to some undefined reasons.We can build schools,provide food for the ones that are starving,make people rise and shine, help people to get an education and exchange knowledge in different fields like the global enviromental issues that now is everybodys concern, to only name a few. I truly wish that day to be tomorrow. Peaceful greetings and so forth… /Fredrik Andersson Composer/Pianist
In 1975, UK author Alan Coren published a humorous collection of essays called “Golfing for Cats” — and emblazoned the cover with a huge swastika. He had noticed the most popular titles in Britain were about cats, golf and Nazis.
As part of its epic retrospective of Weimar Cinema, “Daydreams and Nightmares,” New York’s Museum of Modern Art will screen Werner Hochbaum’s 1932 film “Razzia in St. Pauli” on January 29 and February 2, an early German sound film long thought lost.
A 36-year-old German man is probably experiencing an acute case of tattoo regret today.
A little crag near Stockholm is causing a minor uproar in the Jewish world, thanks to the inconveniently named Cordelia Hess, a historian who, on a recent hike, took issue with several Nazi-inspired trail names. “I thought it rather unpleasant to climb through the ‘Crematorium’ or say that ‘now I am going to do Kristallnacht,’” she told Dagens Nyheter, a Swedish newspaper. “The use of such names on the climbing routes trivializes the Holocaust.”