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Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialists, emerges from the party's Munich headquarters on December 5, 1931. Hitler predicted his Nazi party would one day control Germany. (AP Photo)

Kneeling Hitler Sculpture Could Fetch Over $10m At Auction

NEW YORK — A controversial sculpture of a kneeling Hitler by the edgy Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan is among the highlights of a special sale at Christie’s auction house in New York. When viewed from the rear, “Him” appears as

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Saudi Paper Op-Ed to Middle East: Stop Admiring Hitler

The murderous German dictator Adolf Hitler, well known for his atrocities against Jews and other segments of society, is being praised as a strong and resolute leader across the Middle East, writes a frustrated opinion columnist for Saudi Arabia-based Al Arabiya.

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Watch: When Bugs Bunny Beat Hitler

Ynetnews reports: About 9,300 kilometers separate Los Angeles and Berlin, and in the 1930s – long before the age of the internet, the cell phone and jet planes – the distance seemed even greater. Nonetheless, there were those in California who

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Turkey’s Erdogan Blames Pro-Hitler Comment on ‘Media Distortion’

A national debate turned to international scandal on Thursday after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cited Adolf Hitler’s Germany as the type of presidential system he would like to see established in Turkey. Now, the Turkish president’s office is claiming Erdogan’s comment was “distorted by the media.”

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Anguish as Reprints of ‘Mein Kampf’ Planned For New Year

BERLIN (AFP) – The copyright of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” expires Friday, with plans by several publishers for annotated reprints sparking fierce debate over how one of the world’s most controversial books should be treated seven decades after the defeat of the Nazis.

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Teachers in Germany Want Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ On School Curriculum

A teachers’ association in Germany says an annotated edition of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ should be taught in senior high school to help “inoculate” teenagers against political extremism. The Nazi leader’s anti-Semitic diatribe has not been printed in Germany since

WWII Allies Missing from Russia’s Victory Day Extravaganza

There was a significant absence in Moscow on May 9. Even though it was the 70th anniversary of the official end of the European front of World War II, the leaders of the victorious allied powers decided not to attend the Victory Day parade due to increasing tensions with Russia over Ukraine.

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Tunisian Students Display ISIS, Hitler Flags

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) has begun establishing roots in Tunisia to add territory to their caliphate in the Middle East. It appears they already possess admirers in the country, which is a hotspot for international tourists.