Hitler Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:09 PM EST
    State Troopers escorts Charles Wowkanech, President of the N.J. AFL-CIO and about 30 other protesters out of a Senate Budget Committee Meeting in the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:06 PM EST
    About 30 protesters lock arms before State Troopers escort them out of a Senate Budget Committee Meeting in the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:05 PM EST
    Thousands participate in a rally to protest a Senate Budget Committee hearing on employee benefits at the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:04 PM EST
    Thousands participate in a rally to protest a Senate Budget Committee hearing on employee benefits at the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:02 PM EST
    State Troopers escort about 30 protesters out of a Senate Budget Committee Meeting in the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/18/2011 1:11:02 PM EST
    State Troopers escort about 30 protesters out of a Senate Budget Committee Meeting in the State House Annex in Trenton, N.J.,Thursday, June 16, 2011. Labor leaders rallying for collective bargaining rights in New Jersey went on the offensive Thursday with one comparing Gov. Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler and two Democratic legislative leaders to his generals, one day after the three agreed on a deal to sharply restrict state employee bargaining rights and increase health care costs. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 9:36:11 PM EST
    A detail of a letter written by Adolf Hitler is photographed, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 in New York. In 1919, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier ? born in Austria ? penned what are believed to be Hitler's first written comments calling for the annihilation of Jews. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 9:36:11 PM EST
    A detail of a letter written by Adolf Hitler is photographed, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 in New York. In 1919, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier ? born in Austria ? penned what are believed to be Hitler's first written comments calling for the annihilation of Jews. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 9:36:10 PM EST
    A detail of a letter written by Adolf Hitler is photographed, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 in New York. In 1919, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier ? born in Austria ? penned what are believed to be Hitler's first written comments calling for the annihilation of Jews. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 9:36:10 PM EST
    A detail of a letter written by Adolf Hitler is photographed, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 in New York. In 1919, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier ? born in Austria ? penned what are believed to be Hitler's first written comments calling for the annihilation of Jews. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 6/7/2011 9:36:10 PM EST
    A letter written by Adolf Hitler is photographed, Tuesday, June 7, 2011 in New York. In 1919, decades before the Holocaust, the 30-year-old German soldier ? born in Austria ? penned what are believed to be Hitler's first written comments calling for the annihilation of Jews. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:51:39 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:48:37 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:47:57 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:45:49 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:44:29 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:41:53 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:39:11 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:37:25 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
  •  - Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Director Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins

    Posted: 5/21/2011 7:34:49 AM EST
    Director Lars Von Trier poses during an interview with Reuters in Mougins May 21, 2011. The Cannes film festival expelled Danish director Lars Von Trier on May 19, 2011 for jokingly calling himself a Nazi and Hitler sympathiser, leaving the world's biggest cinema showcase in a state of shock. The expulsion, the first in 64 years, followed a hastily convened meeting of its board of directors. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY HEADSHOT)