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  •  - A demonstrator holds a placard mocking Romania's President Traian Basescu as Hitler during a protest at Victoriei square in front of Romania's government headquarters in central Bucharest

    A demonstrator holds a placard mocking Romania's President Traian Basescu as Hitler during a protest at Victoriei square in front of Romania's government headquarters in central Bucharest

    Posted: 1/24/2012 9:29:10 AM EST
    A demonstrator holds a placard mocking Romania's President Traian Basescu as Adolf Hitler during a protest at Victoriei square in front of Romania's government headquarters in central Bucharest January 24, 2012. Thousands of Romanians rallied in Bucharest on Tuesday to demand the government resign over its tough austerity measures, the latest in a wave of protests that have led to some concessions but no change in policy. The hardship caused by austerity measures passed in 2010 to keep a 20 billion euro International Monetary Fund-led bailout on track has until recently provoked little unrest, though the ruling party's popularity has slumped, only months before a parliamentary election. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    To match Special Report EURO/ARCHITECTS

    Posted: 12/30/2011 6:32:37 AM EST
    A man displays a postcard-sized poster depicting German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a Nazi uniform with a swastika surrounded by the EU stars, in Athens in this October 28, 2011 file photo. The accompanying words read "From Hitler to Merkel" and "Citizens Movement Porta-Porta". To match Special Report EURO/ARCHITECTS REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis/Files (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - A man displays a poster depicting German Chancellor Merkel in a Nazi uniform in Athens

    A man displays a poster depicting German Chancellor Merkel in a Nazi uniform in Athens

    Posted: 10/28/2011 11:56:51 AM EST
    A man displays a postcard-sized poster depicting German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a Nazi uniform with a swastika surrounded by the EU stars, in Athens October 28, 2011. Despite a deal clinched on Thursday at an EU summit to cancel half the value of Greece's 200 billion euro debt in the hands of private bondholders, many Greeks are deeply resentful of what they see as foreign meddling in their affairs, reviving memories of the wartime Nazi occupation. EU paymaster Germany, which has been vocal in demanding economic and fiscal reforms in return for its financial support, has become a target for demonstrators' derision. The accompanying words read "From Hitler to Merkel" and "Citizens Movement Porta-Porta". REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 10/10/2011 7:30:51 PM EST
    FILE - In this July 14, 2011, file photo, Hank Williams Jr. performs during the recording of a promo for ESPN's broadcasts of "Monday Night Football," in Winter Park, Fla. Are you ready for some football? Hank Williams Jr. isn't anymore. The country singer and ESPN each took credit for the decision Thursday morning, Oct. 6, 2011, to no longer use his classic intro to "Monday Night Football." The network had pulled the song from the game earlier this week after Williams made an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama on Fox News on Monday morning. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)
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    Posted: 10/8/2011 4:45:47 AM EST
    Actors impersonating German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former German dictator Adolf Hitler stand in front of demonstrators holding up banners and a Nazi flag during a during a protest outside the German embassy in the Greek capital Athens, on Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. The small group of protesters said Germany must pay Greece reparations for its occupation of the country during WWII before Greece pays off its debts. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
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    Posted: 10/8/2011 4:45:47 AM EST
    Actors impersonating German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former German dictator Adolf Hitler stand in front of demonstrators during a protest outside the German embassy in the Greek capital Athens, on Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. The small group of protesters said Germany must pay Greece reparations for its occupation of the country during WWII before Greece pays off its debts. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
  •  - To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:41:47 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 10 OF TEN TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) Political advertising items are seen at the summer meeting of the National Front (FN) to support its leader Marine Le Pen in Nice, southeastern France, in this September 10, 2011 file photo. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a Nazi flag, and she has since
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    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:24:27 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 6 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) France's far right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen delivers a speech during the summer meeting of the National Front (FN) in Nice, southeastern France, in this September 11, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a Nazi flag,
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    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:22:52 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 8 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) France's far-right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen arrives to give a news conference in Henin Beaumont, Northern France, in this March 24, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a Nazi flag, and she has since thrown out a dozen
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    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:21:10 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 7 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) France's far right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen delivers on stage during the summer meeting of the National Front (FN) in Nice, southeastern France, in this September 11, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a Nazi flag,
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    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:03:32 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 4 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) France's far right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen (C) delivers her speech in front of the statue of Joan of Arc during the National Front's annual May Day rally in Paris, in this May 1, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a
  •  - To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 3:00:08 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 3 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, speaks during a news conference the day after the first round of local elections at the party headquarters in Nanterre, near Paris, in this March 21, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler
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    To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 2:57:15 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 2 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, speaks during a news conference the day after the first round of local elections at the party headquarters in Nanterre, near Paris, in this March 21, 2011 file picture. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler
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    PLEASE HOLD - To match Special Report EUROPE/LEPEN

    Posted: 10/7/2011 2:55:44 AM EST
    THIS PICTURE IS 1 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT: EUROPE/LEPEN. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "EUROPE/LEPEN" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP01-10) France's far-right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen leaves a polling booth as she votes at a local election in Henin Beaumont, Northern France, March 27, 2011. Tall, blonde and telegenic, Marine Le Pen, France's far-right National Front political party leader, is a twice-divorced single mother and formidable debater, with a fast wit and a knack for killer one-liners delivered in a gravelly smoker's voice. Since taking over the party leadership from her father Jean-Marie, she has put her party's finances on a firmer footing, selling a former headquarters to clear old debts. She has also deftly distanced herself from her party's far-right ties. In March, she expelled a young Front militant after a man resembling him was pictured making the Hitler salute in front of a Nazi flag, and she has since thrown out a dozen
  •  - People role playing as Adolf Hitler and German Chancellor Angela Merkel take part in a protest outside the German embassy in Athens

    People role playing as Adolf Hitler and German Chancellor Angela Merkel take part in a protest outside the German embassy in Athens

    Posted: 10/6/2011 3:02:11 PM EST
    People role playing as Adolf Hitler (C) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel take part in a protest outside the German embassy in Athens October 6, 2011. A small group of protesters, led by Greek filmmaker Dimitris Kollatos, staged a theatrical performance outside the embassy to protest against Germany's role in Greece's current debt crisis. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 10/5/2011 4:35:47 PM EST
    FILE - In this Friday, May 20, 2011 file photo director Lars Von Trier poses for photos during an interview in Mougins, southern France. Danish film director Lars von Trier says he's facing charges of violating a French law against justification of war crimes over statements he made about Adolf Hitler and Jews during the film festival in Cannes. Von Trier addressed the investigation in a brief statement Wednesday OCT. 5, 2011 that he said would be his last, ever. Von Trier was ejected from the Cannes Film Festival in May after expressing sympathy for Hitler at a news conference for his film "Melancholia." (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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    Posted: 10/5/2011 4:35:47 PM EST
    FILE - In this Friday, May 20, 2011 file photo director Lars Von Trier poses for photos during an interview in Mougins, southern France. Danish film director Lars von Trier says he's facing charges of violating a French law against justification of war crimes over statements he made about Adolf Hitler and Jews during the film festival in Cannes. Von Trier addressed the investigation in a brief statement Wednesday Oct. 5, 2011 that he said would be his last, ever. Von Trier was ejected from the Cannes Film Festival in May after expressing sympathy for Hitler at a news conference for his film "Melancholia." (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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    Posted: 10/5/2011 9:15:51 AM EST
    CORRECTS COLTS' OPPONENT - FILE - In this July 14, 2011, file photo, Hank Williams Jr. performs during the recording of a promo for ESPN's broadcasts of "Monday Night Football," in Winter Park, Fla. ESPN is pulling Williams' classic intro song from its broadcast of Monday night's NFL game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the country singer famous for the line "Are you ready for some football?" used an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)
  •  - Rabbi Marvin Hier unveils letter written by Adolf Hitler at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Rabbi Marvin Hier unveils letter written by Adolf Hitler at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/4/2011 4:10:31 PM EST
    Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance, unveils a copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, in Los Angeles, California October 4, 2011. The letter is the earliest piece of evidence detailing Hitler's radical anti-Semitism, and was recently acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - Holocaust survivors view letter written by Adolf Hitler at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Holocaust survivors view letter written by Adolf Hitler at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/4/2011 4:08:26 PM EST
    Holocaust survivors Renee Firestone, 87 (C) and Elizabeth Mann, 85 (R) view a copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', which was written by Adolf Hitler in 1919 and unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, California October 4, 2011. The letter is the earliest piece of evidence detailing Hitler's radical anti-Semitism, and was recently acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)