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The Nazi swastika that was set on fire as part of a celebration of Adolf Hitler's birthday in May 2017 organized by the
The Nazi swastika that was set on fire as part of a celebration of Adolf Hitler's birthday in May 2017 organized by the "Pride and Modernity" (Duma i Nowoczesność - DN) association in Poland. (PHOTO: Still from TVN footage)

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Czech publishing company producing objects with portraits of dictators and Nazis because they sell

13.4.2017 12:57 The online retail outlet for the "Naše vojsko" ("Our Troops") publishing house in the Czech Republic began selling mugs and t-shirts with Adolf Hitler's portrait on them in February. At the beginning of April their catalog began to offer t-shirts with images of Reinhard Heydrich, the Reichsprotektor of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, who was assassinated in Prague.  full story

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Czech court acquits editor, publisher of Hitler's speeches of approving genocide

Brno, 10.9.2014 23:18, (ROMEA) Today the Municipal Court in Brno acquitted Pavel Kamas and Lukáš Novák, the owners of the Guidemedia publishing house, and publicist Stanislav Beer of approving genocide by publishing a book entitled "Adolf Hitler: Speeches" (Adolf Hitler: Projevy). The court found that publishing the book did not constitute a crime.  full story




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