Dortmund, Nordrhein Westfalen, Germany. 25th May, 2019. A neonazi from The Netherlands has fashioned himself into the appearance of Adolph Hitler. On his tie is a pin of the Edelweiss flower, which was used by the SS and is still in use by the Gebirgsjaeger today. Prior to the European Elections, the neonazi party Die Rechte (The Right) organized a rally in the German city of Dortmund to promote their candidate, the incarcerated Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck. The demonstration and march were organized by prominent local political figure and neonazi activist Michael Brueck (Michael Brück

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Dortmund, Nordrhein Westfalen, Germany. 25th May, 2019. A neonazi from The Netherlands has fashioned himself into the appearance of Adolph Hitler. On his tie is a pin of the Edelweiss flower, which was used by the SS and is still in use by the Gebirgsjaeger today. Prior to the European Elections, the neonazi party Die Rechte (The Right) organized a rally in the German city of Dortmund to promote their candidate, the incarcerated Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck. The demonstration and march were organized by prominent local political figure and neonazi activist Michael Brueck (Michael Brück
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May 25, 2019 - Dortmund, Nordrhein Westfalen, Germany - A neonazi from The Netherlands has fashioned himself into the appearance of Adolph Hitler. On his tie is a pin of the Edelweiss flower, which was used by the SS and is still in use by the Gebirgsjaeger today. Prior to the European Elections, the neonazi party Die Rechte (The Right) organized a rally in the German city of Dortmund to promote their candidate, the incarcerated Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck. The demonstration and march were organized by prominent local political figure and neonazi activist Michael Brueck (Michael Brück) who enlisted the help of not only German neonazis, but also assistance from Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, and Dutch groups with the final tally ranging from 180-250. The police reported various incidents, including forbidding the use of a banner with former President of Iran Ahmadenijad, who the group states is an ally. Later, the parade was stopped due to the use of “here we are, the national resistanceâ (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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