German police suspended for sharing Nazi images

Alan Dugdales Moustache

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29 suspended in North Rhine Westphalia for sharing images of Hitler and gas chambers. They also used far right chatrooms where swastikas and other Nazi symbols used.

The more that the years pass since the end of WW2 the more I begin to think the lessons learned are slowly being forgotten.
 

Sky_Blue_Dreamer

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29 suspended in North Rhine Westphalia for sharing images of Hitler and gas chambers. They also used far right chatrooms where swastikas and other Nazi symbols used.

The more that the years pass since the end of WW2 the more I begin to think the lessons learned are slowly being forgotten.
It's inevitable. Now there's virtually no-one left that can be wheeled out to talk about what it was like to live through and it's all archive footage it's not hitting home like it once did. Or parents/grandparents to give that realism and relatability.

Far-right has been on the rise for a few years and I've also felt the fear towards another large scale war has also diminished massively.