Düsseldorf residents ordered to pay for construction of a road that began in 1937 and was only finished in 2009. They must now pay up to 14,000 euros!
Nazi and Imperial Japanese symbols on public train cars in 2015—no one should be offended about that, right?
Amazon has asked New York's public transit to remove an ad campaign promoting the company's new alternate history TV series The Man in the High Castle after severe backlash from the public, according to Mashable.
The campaign, meant to show what a train car would look like if the United States lost WWII, used Nazi emblems and Japanese Imperial imagery on seats.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has called the ads offensive.
"While these ads technically may be within MTA guidelines, they're irresponsible and offensive to World War II and Holocaust survivors, their families, and countless other New Yorkers," he said in a statement.
"Amazon should take them down."
Members of the neo-Nazi National Democratic party (NPD) in Germany were supposed to participate in a rally in Freiburg last Saturday.
Unfortunately (for them) the rally never happened, as they got on the wrong train and ended up in the city of Mannheim.
Their original train was overcrowded with soccer fans, so police forced them to take the next one. They failed to check the destination, however, before boarding.
“We didn’t miss them,” said the mayor of Freiburg.
These neo-Nazis aren’t exactly the brightest bulbs in the box.
Last year, the village of Wunsiedel turned an annual neo-Nazi march into a fundraiser supporting an anti-Nazi group called EXIT-Germany, and the neo-Nazis had no clue.