Czech Bookshop Offering T-shirts With Hitler, Heydrich

Prague Daily Monitor, May 25

The Czech police are investigating the Nase vojsko (NV) bookshop and publishers for offering for sale various objects with Nazi themes such as T-shirts and teacups featuring Adolf Hitler and Reinhard Heydrich, daily Lidove noviny (LN) writes yesterday.

A T-shirt or teacup with a picture of Heydrich, chief of the Reich Main Security Office and Acting Reich-Protector of Bohemia and Moravia killed by Czechoslovak paratroopers in 1942, can be bought for 300 crowns, LN writes.

NV also offers posters with Karl Hermann Frank for 3,000 crowns.

SS-Obergruppenfuhrer Frank was de facto the head of the Nazi rule for most of the war in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. He was executed as a war criminal in 1946.

“Selling the teacups depicting not only the murderers of the Czech nation, but also civilisation murderers is tasteless, to say the least,” writer and publisher Jiri Padevet, who has published several books from the war-time era, told the paper.


“The police are working on the case,” Prague police spokesman Jan Danek told the paper.

However, the police effort has been fruitless, LN writes.

NV director Emerich Drtina dismisses the notion that the offered objects promote Nazism.

He said the police were checking 25 complaints over the controversial sale.

“Denunciation was common during the war and under the Communist regime. This is passed down the generations,” Drtina said.

“I was already questioned by the police. These are cultivated people who cannot see any propaganda in this,” he added.

Drtina is also a member of the World War Two veteran Freedom Fighters Association (SBS), LN writes.

He said the offer of the objects with Heydrich were just a widening of the assortment.

A few weeks ago, Drtina said the objects with Hitler were to “thrill the public,” LN writes.

The arguments explaining the sale of the controversial goods may be crucial when its criminal aspect is evaluated, it adds.

NV started selling the objects from the “collector edition of world personalities” in February. After some criticism, it withdrew them from its offer for a time, but a few weeks later, NV returned the T-shirts with Hitler and posters with Frank to it.

It is now also offering goods with Heydrich.


“Interest in the things with Heydrich is not big. However, we have only had them for two months,” a shop assistant who requested anonymity told the paper.

“There is the biggest interest in the objects featuring Russian President Vladimir Putin. Lots of people have bought them. Pop star Karel Gott is also popular,” he added.

On the other hand, the T-shirts with President Milos Zeman and former president Vaclav Havel do not sell much, the shop assistant said.

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Hitler, Hess and Himmler – The Summer Of 1926.




see smiling Joe Goebbels at far left.

It is at this rally, held in Weimar, that Adolf Hitler turns over the coveted “Blood Flag” to the SS and proclaims the SS to be his élite organization. As such, these small SS units have become the élite units of the SA. It is because of this that the SS is given the honour of bearing the Deutschland Erwache standards of the SA at party meetings and rallies.


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In Romania, Codreanu’s Legion was overtly and explicitly Christian, and its opposition to Jewish dominance had a religious basis, the antithesis between Christianity and Judaism that is expressed in some parts of the “New Testament” and was elaborated by many Fathers of the Church before the fall of the Roman Empire. One consequence of the disastrous WW2 victory of the Jews’ subjects in Britain, France, the United States, and other lands was the occupation of Romania by the Soviets, to whom the Jews’ stooges delivered a hegemony over the greater part of Europe. By some cautious preliminaries and subterfuges, the Jews, riding on the shoulders of their Slavic lackeys, returned to power in Romania and proceeded to take vengeance on their opponents. One example of their revenge on the survivors of Codreanu’s Legion was the experiment in the alteration of human intelligence and behavior that was described by D. Bacu in a book of which an excellent English translation, The Anti-Humans.

But the book is much more than a record of the horrible crimes committed against the Romanian people during this time. It is a warning; it is a voice from beyond the grave, from the living dead behind the Iron Curtain. The book was smuggled out of through the Iron Curtain and translated from Romanian into English. The readers will have at their disposal a complete account of the dehumanization through imprisonment and torture of many of Romania’s citizens by the communist regime. The people selected by the authorities for dehumanization were part of a cleverly defined group, university students. This was because in Romania, university students were considered a highly respected elite, including youth who combined vigor with unsurpassed patriotism and a lucid rigor, both intellectually and spiritually. In a time were the communism once again are growing stronger, not least among younger people, which do not know much about the Cold War, and even less regarding the tragedies that took place behind the Iron Curtain, the publishing of The Anti-Humans is filling an important function.

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German Army Needs to Remove WW2-Era Names Says Defense Minister

BERLIN (Reuters) – The names of German military barracks honoring a handful of World War Two officers should changed to show that the country’s post-war armed forces have made a clean break from their Nazi past, Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on Sunday.

Having come in for criticism herself after accusing the Bundeswehr armed forces of “weak leadership” amid a national debate over whether there are right-wing extremists in the military, von der Leyen told Bild am Sonntag newspaper the barracks should no longer be named after Nazi-era officers.

“The Bundeswehr has to send signals both internally and externally that it is not rooted in the tradition of the Wehrmacht,” she said, referring to the World War Two-era name for the German army. The Bundeswehr was created in 1955.

“It needs to confidently put more of an emphasis on its own 60-year history. Why not rename those barracks? In light of the recent developments, it’s time for a new discussion on that.”

The Bundeswehr removed the names of many Wehrmacht soldiers, who were seen by and large as honorable soldiers not tied to any war crimes, during reform carried out in the 1980s and 1990s. Yet about a half dozen barracks remain named after Nazi-era figures, the most prominent of which is General Erwin Rommel, who killed himself in 1944 after a failed attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler.

“We’ve got to tackle the issue of renaming barracks,” von der Leyen said, adding that such a move should be undertaken as part of efforts to modernize the armed forces.

In a related move, the Bundeswehr academy in Hamburg recently removed from a student dormitory a portrait of former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt wearing a Wehrmacht uniform. Schmidt, who died in 2015 at the age of 96, served in a tank division on both the eastern and western fronts.

“It’s absurd and outrageous — as if Schmidt had something to do with the incidents of right-wing extremism,” said Johannes Kahrs, a member of the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) that share power with von der Leyen’s conservatives.

“I’d expect to see a more clearly defined intellectual separation here,” Kahrs told die Welt newspaper.

Von der Leyen has vowed to crack down on hard-right views after criticizing a failure to address racism, bullying and sexual abuse.

The defense ministry said on Friday that it had suspended an officer for making far-right comments amid a widening scandal over fears of hardline racist views among soldiers. The officer had been heard making allegations about the existence of a far-right group inside the military

Last week the head of the armed forces called for an inspection of all army barracks after investigators discovered Nazi-era military memorabilia in a garrison.

Germany off yours Knees!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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