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Nazi Symbols Sold Freely in llin


In one of Tallins markets, Nazi symbols are sold among antiques. Among the goods there is a big Nazi flag with a swastika, informs PM online. The seller explained that the Nazi flag does not have any historical value as it is not an original. He simply sewed it for sale.

Recently the parliament of Estonia has approved an amendment to the Penitentiary Code which bans public use and distribution of symbols of occupational regimes. The forbidden symbols include official symbols of the USSR and Soviet republics, and also the National Socialist Workers Party of Germany and the SS organization.

Source: Gazeta.ru



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