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(Yahoo)   "Hitler" clothing store creates outrage for some reason   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 206
    More: Obvious, Hitler, swastikas, Politics of Germany, Gujarat, total costs, Jewish community, shahs, Ahmedabad  
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2012-08-30 03:49:48 AM  
Xenomech


2012-08-29 05:02:29 PM

What did Hitler do that was so bad anyway?


Called Churchill "A big fatty"!
 
2012-08-30 04:13:29 AM  

Ghastly: Gyrfalcon: Was Pol Pot better or worse than Stalin and if so why?

Are you asking Pol Pot, hot or not?


Only Ghastly would use "Pol Pot" in this kind of sentence.

+1 internets and some grass and water.
You may take that however you like.
The grass, I mean.
 
2012-08-30 06:34:04 AM  
Not a single one, anyone ?
Not yet ?
www.awg.musin.de
 
2012-08-30 07:02:00 AM  
Using the name Hitler for clothing is absurd. Now if the guy was selling ovens....
 
2012-08-30 09:47:44 AM  

geoduck42: The store-owner is quoted as claiming that he didn't know who Hitler was, and got the idea from a family nickname. This is India and not Europe or the US, but still.. if he's telling the truth.. wow.


He is, apparently.
My boss is from India. He says they don't learn anything about WWII there.
He only knew it happened because he saw a documentary that mentioned it, and that wasn't until the 10th grade.

That's messed up.
 
2012-08-30 11:51:08 AM  

ds615: He is, apparently.
My boss is from India. He says they don't learn anything about WWII there.
He only knew it happened because he saw a documentary that mentioned it, and that wasn't until the 10th grade.


I'm Indian, and I can agree they don't really know about WWII (or any world history for that matter). My own parents, who have been living in the US for 30+ years, kind of know about WWII since coming to America, but I don't think they still fully grasp the level of genocide that occurred. They do however have an abnormal obsession with Hitler. I see a lot of Nazi flag paraphernalia and issues of Mein Kampf. Apparently, they only see Hitler as a powerful leader. It is REALLY bizarre, but I haven't heard many complaints not even the Jewish Indians.
 
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