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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)
  •  - A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/4/2011 4:02:57 PM EST
    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled on an interactive screen 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)
  •  - A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/4/2011 4:00:10 PM EST
    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is 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)
  •  - A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is unveiled for public display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/4/2011 3:56:11 PM EST
    A copy of the 'Gemlich Letter', written by Adolf Hitler in 1919, is 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)
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    Posted: 10/3/2011 9:05:53 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. ESPN is pulling Williams' classic intro song from its broadcast of Monday night's NFL game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars 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)
  •  - A protestor holds a placard during a demonstration against the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Germany in Erfurt

    A protestor holds a placard during a demonstration against the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Germany in Erfurt

    Posted: 9/23/2011 1:09:39 PM EST
    A protestor holds a placard reading "Welcome home, Joseph" that shows a historical picture of priests making straight-armed Hitler salutes during the Nazi period, as he takes part in a demonstration against the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Germany, in Erfurt September 23, 2011. Pope Benedict is on a four-day visit in his German homeland, touring mostly Protestant and atheist regions in the ex-communist east after previous visits to Catholic strongholds in the Rhineland and his native Bavaria. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Posted: 9/21/2011 8:19:29 AM EST
    German performance artists Wolfram P. Kastner (R) and Linus Heilig wearing costumes depicting the pope and Adolf Hitler pose for pictures, to bring attention to a historical agreement between the Vatican and the Third Reich, in Berlin, September 21, 2011. Supporters of Pope Benedict's tour of Germany this week spoke out on Wednesday against critics whose complaints about his conservative views, his planned speech to parliamentarians and the visit's cost have dominated the pre-arrival discussion. The Vatican embassy, his home while in Berlin, and a nearby church in the gritty Neukoelln district were pelted with paint bombs overnight, police said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Posted: 9/21/2011 8:18:51 AM EST
    German performance artists Wolfram P. Kastner (R) and Linus Heilig wearing costumes depicting the pope and Adolf Hitler pose for pictures, to bring attention to a historical agreement between the Vatican and the Third Reich, in Berlin, September 21, 2011. Supporters of Pope Benedict's tour of Germany this week spoke out on Wednesday against critics whose complaints about his conservative views, his planned speech to parliamentarians and the visit's cost have dominated the pre-arrival discussion. The Vatican embassy, his home while in Berlin, and a nearby church in the gritty Neukoelln district were pelted with paint bombs overnight, police said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Posted: 9/21/2011 8:17:49 AM EST
    German performance artists Wolfram P. Kastner (R) and Linus Heilig (2nd R) wearing costumes depicting the pope and Adolf Hitler pose for pictures, to bring attention to a historical agreement between the Vatican and the Third Reich, in Berlin, September 21, 2011. Supporters of Pope Benedict's tour of Germany this week spoke out on Wednesday against critics whose complaints about his conservative views, his planned speech to parliamentarians and the visit's cost have dominated the pre-arrival discussion. The Vatican embassy, his home while in Berlin, and a nearby church in the gritty Neukoelln district were pelted with paint bombs overnight, police said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Posted: 9/21/2011 8:14:56 AM EST
    German performance artists Wolfram P. Kastner (2nd L) and Linus Heilig (L) wearing costumes depicting the pope and Adolf Hitler pose for pictures, to bring attention to a historical agreement between the Vatican and the Third Reich, in Berlin, September 21, 2011. Supporters of Pope Benedict's tour of Germany this week spoke out on Wednesday against critics whose complaints about his conservative views, his planned speech to parliamentarians and the visit's cost have dominated the pre-arrival discussion. The Vatican embassy, his home while in Berlin, and a nearby church in the gritty Neukoelln district were pelted with paint bombs overnight, police said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Artists Kastner and Heilig wearing costumes depicting pope and Hitler pose for pictures to bring attention to historical agreement between Vatican and Third Reich in Berlin

    Posted: 9/21/2011 8:12:58 AM EST
    German performance artists Wolfram P. Kastner (R) and Linus Heilig wearing costumes depicting the pope and Adolf Hitler pose for pictures, to bring attention to a historical agreement between the Vatican and the Third Reich, in Berlin, September 21, 2011. Supporters of Pope Benedict's tour of Germany this week spoke out on Wednesday against critics whose complaints about his conservative views, his planned speech to parliamentarians and the visit's cost have dominated the pre-arrival discussion. The Vatican embassy, his home while in Berlin, and a nearby church in the gritty Neukoelln district were pelted with paint bombs overnight, police said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
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    Posted: 8/21/2011 2:55:47 AM EST
    A protester shows a banner depicting the late Chinese revolutionary leader Mao Zedong and Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler to compare China to the Nazis during an anti-China rally in Hanoi, Vietnam, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Police quickly broke up the demonstration, forcing dozens of protesters onto buses that were driven away. The Communist government had warned protesters not to gather after allowing peaceful rallies to take place over the past two months. Vietnam and China have been at odds this summer over disputed territory in the South China Sea. (AP Photo/Margie Mason)
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    Posted: 7/27/2011 2:25:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this July 11, 2011 file photo, radio talk show host and former Fox News Channel personality Glenn Beck gestures as he speaks in the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in Jerusalem. Beck said on his Monday, July 25, 2011 radio show that the camp in Norway where a gunman opened fire on young people sounds "like Hitler Youth." (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner, File)
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    Posted: 7/21/2011 2:20:46 PM EST
    FILE - The Dec. 30 1938 file photo shows German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and his personal representative Rudolf Hess, right, during a parade in Berlin, Germany, on Dec. 30, 1938. Minister of Propaganda Dr. Joseph Goebbels can be seen on the left side next to Hitler. The skeletal remains of Adolf Hitler's deputy Hess, have been removed from their grave in a small Bavarian town that had become a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis. The administrator of the cemetery in Wunsiedel told The Associated Press on Thursday, July 21, 2011 that the bones were exhumed early Wednesday morning. (AP Photo)
  •  - German President Christian Wulff speaks to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore  during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    German President Christian Wulff speaks to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:46:35 PM EST
    German President Christian Wulff (2nd R) speaks to soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces after they swore their oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
  •  - Soldiers of the Bundeswehr swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    Soldiers of the Bundeswehr swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:41:32 PM EST
    Soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces swear an oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
  •  - The German flag is lowered between Bundeswehr soldiers before they swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin

    The German flag is lowered between Bundeswehr soldiers before they swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:39:54 PM EST
    The German flag is lowered between soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces before they swear an oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
  •  - The German flag is lowered between Bundeswehr soldiers before they swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin

    The German flag is lowered between Bundeswehr soldiers before they swear an oath during induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:35:41 PM EST
    The German flag is lowered between soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces before they swear an oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
  •  - German President Wulff and Defence Minister de Maiziere speak to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore oath during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    German President Wulff and Defence Minister de Maiziere speak to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore oath during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:30:39 PM EST
    German President Christian Wulff (3rd L) and Defence Minister Thomas de Maiziere (R) speak to soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces after they swore their oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
  •  - German President Christian Wulff speaks to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore  during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    German President Christian Wulff speaks to Bundeswehr soldiers after they swore during induction ceremony in front of Reichstag in Berlin

    Posted: 7/20/2011 1:28:00 PM EST
    German President Christian Wulff (2nd R) speaks to soldiers of the Bundeswehr, the German armed forces after they swore their oath during an induction ceremony in front of the Reichstag in Berlin July 20, 2011. The swearing-in ceremony was the first since Germany abolished conscription. German soldiers are sworn in every year in a ceremony held on July 20 to commemorate a group of German officers who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 and were shot after the plot failed. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)