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Business Insider
1930s Germany shows us that bad tax policy can magnify Washington's worst problem by 1,000New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing ab
Business Insider / Posted 2 hours ago
New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing about the rise of the Nazi Party in 1933. Austerity measures implemented by an incompetent Weimar government had the unintended consequence of radicalizing German... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
1930s Germany shows us that bad tax policy can magnify Washington's worst problem by 1,000New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing ab
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing about the rise of the Nazi Party in 1933. Austerity measures implemented by an incompetent Weimar government had the unintended consequence of radicalizing German... Read more
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Connecticut Post
1930s Germany shows us that bad tax policy can magnify Washington's worst problem by 1,000New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing ab
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 hours ago
New economic research shows that bad tax policy was instrumental in bringing about the rise of the Nazi Party in 1933. Austerity measures implemented by an incompetent Weimar government had the unintended consequence of radicalizing German... Read more
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Slate
Nazi Science Is Still Haunting Anatomy and Fueling Conservatives’ Worst Anti-Abortion Argumentsschool in Switzerland, and worked as the Berlin press officer for the Hollywood
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
school in Switzerland, and worked as the Berlin press officer for the Hollywood studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. She joined the Nazi Party in 1933. On a hunting party, she flirted with Hermann Göring, commander of the Luftwaffe, the German air force.... Read more
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Daily Mail
New book illustrates the Nazis before war broke out35 miles from Berlin, Carinhall, named in honor of his first wife, Swedish Coun
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
35 miles from Berlin, Carinhall, named in honor of his first wife, Swedish Countess Carin von Fock Goering (1888-1931) The Nazi party was made legal in Austria to gain a power base, and a referendum on reunification was scheduled for March. When... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Crown to cover the royal family's links with Nazi Germanywill dedicate entire episode to Royal Family’s links to Hitler's Third Reich in
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
will dedicate entire episode to Royal Family’s links to Hitler's Third Reich including Edward VIII's infatuation with the Nazi party Monarch abdicated in 1936 and visited the Third Reich for a tour one year later Admired Hitler and once claimed... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Rights at stakea man and a woman." Even the ACLU, which has previously supported the free-spe
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
a man and a woman." Even the ACLU, which has previously supported the free-speech rights of groups such as the American Nazi Party and the Ku Klux Klan, is supporting the government in denying these Christians their civil liberties of free... Read more
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Newsweek
The Jew who grew up across the street from Hitler tells his storyparanoid, violent and—most of all—dangerous.” His uncle, the novelist and playw
Newsweek / Posted 7 days ago
paranoid, violent and—most of all—dangerous.” His uncle, the novelist and playwright Lion Feuchtwanger, insisted the Nazi party could never win. Every day he worried that Hitler would discover that his family was Jewish. “He presumably could... Read more
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DW
'Nazi Grandma' loses appeal case, sentenced to 14 months in prison for Holocaust denial |sentence of up to five years. Haverbeck and her late husband Werner Georg Have
DW / Posted 14 days ago
sentence of up to five years. Haverbeck and her late husband Werner Georg Haverbeck, who was an active member of the Nazi party in the run-up to and during the Second World War, founded a right-wing education center called Collegium Humanum,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Harry and Meghan on long list of ‘relatable’ royalsEdward VIII), who rose to infamy through his love of drinking, dancing, affairs
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
Edward VIII), who rose to infamy through his love of drinking, dancing, affairs with married women and admiration for the Nazi Party. In David, one scandal followed another until eventually, he abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Name Biafra Represents War, Blood, Death - Sam Nda-Isaiahconsequences, then he or she must think Nigeria is a jungle." Nda-Isaiah added
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
consequences, then he or she must think Nigeria is a jungle." Nda-Isaiah added that no one would dare to resurrect the Nazi party in Germany during the Hitler era and survive such. "The biafran nation belongs only to our museum and should be... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Stamford native writes book in hopes of finding father’s stolen war medalin Palestine. Born in 1921 in Bingen am Rhein, Germany, Houston said his fathe
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
in Palestine. Born in 1921 in Bingen am Rhein, Germany, Houston said his father “saw the writing on the wall” as the Nazi party rose to power and violence against Jews escalated. About seven years after escaping, Hausman enlisted in the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Stamford native writes book in hopes of finding father’s stolen war medalin Palestine. Born in 1921 in Bingen am Rhein, Germany, Houston said his fathe
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
in Palestine. Born in 1921 in Bingen am Rhein, Germany, Houston said his father “saw the writing on the wall” as the Nazi party rose to power and violence against Jews escalated. About seven years after escaping, Hausman enlisted in the... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Blue plaque remembers Reading activist Phoebe Cusdenalleviate the tragic plight of these unfortunate children, who cannot be held r
Reading Evening Post / Posted 18 days ago
alleviate the tragic plight of these unfortunate children, who cannot be held responsible in any way for the guilt of the Nazi Party."Read More By January 1947 and despite initial reluctance to support the former enemy, the fund had reached £93... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Holocaust survivor recounts massacre and escapeup.” Hitler eventually officially came to power and Lithuania changed drastica
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 20 days ago
up.” Hitler eventually officially came to power and Lithuania changed drastically. "Hitler came to power in Germany, the Nazi party was elected and he was appointed speaker of the house basically, and he named himself Führer, head of the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Giant swastika unearthed in GermanyThe bombed-out city of Nuremberg. June 1945. Nuremberg had been the host of hug
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
The bombed-out city of Nuremberg. June 1945. Nuremberg had been the host of huge Nazi Party conventions from 1927 to 1938. The city was also the birthplace of the anti-semitic Nuremberg Laws. Allied bombings from 1943 until 1945 destroyed more than... Read more
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The Comet
Stevenage face fallen giants Coventry City as a proud club attempts to rise againin the Second World War. A clear cold early November night in 1940. The RAF ha
The Comet / Posted 21 days ago
in the Second World War. A clear cold early November night in 1940. The RAF have just bombed Munich, the birthplace of the Nazi party, and Hitler seeks immediate, terrible revenge. Under Operation Moonlight Sonata, 515 German bombers form the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Royal love story you didn’t knowhad English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three o
Herald Sun / Posted 22 days ago
had English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three of those brothers-in-law were members of the Nazi party. Philip’s arrogant attitude won him no friends, but it was exactly his overbearing manner that won the Princess’s... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Royal love story you didn’t knowhad English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three o
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
had English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three of those brothers-in-law were members of the Nazi party. Philip’s arrogant attitude won him no friends, but it was exactly his overbearing manner that won the Princess’s... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Royal love story you didn’t knowhad English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three o
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
had English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three of those brothers-in-law were members of the Nazi party. Philip’s arrogant attitude won him no friends, but it was exactly his overbearing manner that won the Princess’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Royal love story you didn’t knowhad English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three o
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
had English relatives, his four sisters had all married German princes. Three of those brothers-in-law were members of the Nazi party. Philip’s arrogant attitude won him no friends, but it was exactly his overbearing manner that won the Princess’s... Read more
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Zero Hedge
How America's Deep State Operates To Control The Messagejust like the rest of the human population. The networks of the House of Roths
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 days ago
just like the rest of the human population. The networks of the House of Rothschild were behind Hitler and the rise of the Nazi Party in the Rothschild heartland of Germany where they had changed their name from Bauer in 18th century Frankfurt and... Read more
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Daily Mail
When cash was worthless in Germany after the First World Warled to a 50,000-man 'Red Army' which took control of the area before being put
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
led to a 50,000-man 'Red Army' which took control of the area before being put down by the army. Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party also attempted a failed government takeover in Munich, which became known as the Beer Hall Putsch. Pictured: A... Read more
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Daily Mail
So what is the truth about Philip and those 'affairs'?four had married German aristocrats in the Thirties. Worse, two of Philip’s bro
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
four had married German aristocrats in the Thirties. Worse, two of Philip’s brothers-in-law had been active in the Nazi party, and had ended up joining the elite ranks of Hitler’s SS and SA (the paramilitary wing of the Nazi party.). ‘So... Read more
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The Selma Times-Journal
The power of one voteOne more vote could have saved us 100 years of racial oppression. It is said t
The Selma Times-Journal / Posted 27 days ago
One more vote could have saved us 100 years of racial oppression. It is said that Adolph Hitler became the leader of the Nazi Party by one vote. He then became leader of all of Germany and launched World War II. If one more had voted or voted... Read more
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New York Magazine
After Trump Will Be Another Trump — and This One Could Be More Dangeroushis 1968 rally at Madison Square Garden, where visiting members of alt-right pr
New York Magazine / Posted 29 days ago
his 1968 rally at Madison Square Garden, where visiting members of alt-right precursors like the Ku Klux Klan and American Nazi Party turned up to cheer him on. In his canonical Wallace study, 1995’s The Politics of Rage, the historian Dan T.... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Brockton WWII vet remembers the bravery every daycaptured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers m
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 30 days ago
captured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers more closely affiliated with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party than the unit of “civilian” soldiers Tarantino ended up being taken prisoner by. “They massacred 100 guys there –... Read more
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FOX News
Adolf Hitler selfie wax figure display removed after sparking outragefollowing backlash. The De Mata Trick Eye Museum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, con
FOX News / Posted a month ago
following backlash. The De Mata Trick Eye Museum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, confirmed the figure of the leader of the Nazi party was removed due to outrage from human rights groups, Sky News reported. "We don't want to attract outrage," Jamie... Read more
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FOX News
Adolf Hitler selfie wax figure display removed after sparking outragefollowing backlash. The De Mata Trick Eye Museum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, con
FOX News / Posted a month ago
following backlash. The De Mata Trick Eye Museum in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, confirmed the figure of the leader of the Nazi party was removed due to outrage from human rights groups, Sky News reported. "We don't want to attract outrage," Jamie... Read more
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express
Do you have any information about Ashford's First World War tank? - The Saturday BriefingSS Handschar (1st Croatian) though technically they were not formally a part of
express / Posted a month ago
SS Handschar (1st Croatian) though technically they were not formally a part of the German army but an armed branch of the Nazi party. They fought mostly in Bosnia and Croatia against Yugoslav partisan forces and were mainly but not exclusively... Read more
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express
'SICK' Indonesian museum lets children pose for photos with ADOLF HITLERAugust 24, 2017A collection of chilling images has helped to shed light on what
express / Posted a month ago
August 24, 2017A collection of chilling images has helped to shed light on what life was like in the upper echelons of the Nazi party during World War Two Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld. Human Rights Watch has also criticised the installation,... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Brockton WWII veteran recounts captivity behind German linescaptured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers m
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted a month ago
captured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers more closely affiliated with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party than the unit of “civilian” soldiers Tarantino ended up being taken prisoner by. “They massacred 100 guys there –... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Brockton WW2 veteran recounts captivity behind German linescaptured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers m
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 1 months ago
captured further north were massacred anyway – they’d surrendered to soldiers more closely affiliated with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party than the unit of “civilian” soldiers Tarantino ended up being taken prisoner by. “They massacred 100 guys there –... Read more
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Goderich Signal-Star
Service to your countrybe over. He was a man who was ready to enter active duty to further the cause
Goderich Signal-Star / Posted 1 months ago
be over. He was a man who was ready to enter active duty to further the cause of fighting against the evil movement of the Nazi party through Europe. He is a man who understands that many others were not as lucky as him, and were deployed, fought... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Newton library hosts historical presentation Mondayof the Holocaust 6 p.m. Thursday — Brad Wilkening of the Iowa Commission on Ho
Newton Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
of the Holocaust 6 p.m. Thursday — Brad Wilkening of the Iowa Commission on Holocaust Education, discusses how the Nazi party rose to power and shares the valuable lessons to be learned from one of the darkest hours in human history. This... Read more

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