In Germany, where the swastika elicits Adolf Hitler’s final solution and the systematic murder of six million Jews and 5 million others, Nazi symbols are rarely seen today. The conquering allies banned their display in October 1945; the new Federal Republic of Germany enshrined that ban in German law in 1949.
In Germany, where the swastika elicits Adolf Hitler’s final solution and the systematic murder of six million Jews and 5 million others, Nazi symbols are rarely seen today. The conquering allies banned their display in October 1945; the new Federal Republic of Germany enshrined that ban in German law in 1949. Wissen Media Verlag GmbH Wissen Media Verlag GmbH/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images
In Germany, where the swastika elicits Adolf Hitler’s final solution and the systematic murder of six million Jews and 5 million others, Nazi symbols are rarely seen today. The conquering allies banned their display in October 1945; the new Federal Republic of Germany enshrined that ban in German law in 1949. Wissen Media Verlag GmbH Wissen Media Verlag GmbH/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

How Germany dealt with its symbols of hate

July 30, 2015 03:16 PM

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