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Evolved
Sunday, February 23rd, 2003, 03:43 PM
I'm going through Germany a few months from now, on my way to Hungary. I'm curious about people's experiences with forbidden symbols and NS items in Germany. I'll be bringing some historical items from the Third Reich in my luggage. This includes images of Hitler from cigarette cards (Hitlerbilder is listed as forbidden). I've never been in Germany so I'm not sure how the laws are regarding these things. Will my things be taken from me? Is it illegal to collect historical things with forbidden symbols? My understanding is that you can own such things as relics, as long as you aren't using them for propaganda purposes. Is that right?

http://www.klick-nach-rechts.de/rechtsextremismus/erkennungszeichen/rechtsextremismus.htm

http://www.hamburg.de/Behoerden/Landeszentrale/rgr/symb.htm

These lists just prove how much they fear any sense of racialist or nationalist identity.

Von Braun
Monday, February 24th, 2003, 04:08 AM
Since most of Europe is quite judaized, their policies are probably very much skewed in favor of political correctness, "anti-racism," as well as feminism. Use that last part against them. Since you are a poor, oppressed woman, they will not dare search you in certain places. Just put the smaller items in your shirt.

GreenHeart
Tuesday, February 25th, 2003, 07:47 AM
Don't carry the items on you through the airport. If you wear boots with steel toes, they WILL search you. Put everything questionable in your luggage, they won't search it, but they will probably search your carry on.