Nazi flag hoisted in Swedish town on Hitler's birthday is 'horrible affront to all residents'

Residents of Vetlanda, a small Swedish town of 13,050 people, woke up to see a Nazi flag flying outside the town hall on Wednesday morning. The swastika banner is thought to have been a silent homage to Adolf Hitler, born on that day in 1889. Read Full Article at RT.com

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