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On This Day: Adolf Hitler found dead

April 30 (UPI) -- On this date in history:. In 1789, George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States. In 1803, the United States more than doubled its land area with the Louisiana Purchase. It obtained all French territory west of the Mississippi River for $15 million.
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Chicago aldermen move to condemn Downstate Republican congresswoman for Adolf Hitler remark she made during January speech in Washington

Chicago aldermen on Monday moved to officially condemn a newly elected Downstate congresswoman who told an audience at a Washington, D.C., rally, “Hitler was right on one thing.” The nonbinding resolution denounces Republican U.S. Rep. Mary Miller’s remarks as “a disgrace to the memories of those killed in the Holocaust and the millions of victims of World War II, an insult to the families of ...
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Bicycle bombers: Two-wheeled Suffragettes and thwarting Adolf Hitler in the Second World War

In April 1914, a few months before the outbreak of war, two young women arrived at a seaside boarding house to begin a cycling tour of Suffolk. Their fortnight sojourn coincided with a string of arson attacks. Great Yarmouth’s Britannia Pier was set alight, flames destroying everything but the iron girders, while the grand finale was the torching of the Bath Hotel in Felixstowe.
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Amazon changes new app logo so it doesn't look like Adolf Hitler

Amazon has decided to switch up their new app logo again after the internet noticed it kind of looked like Hitler. Oopsie. Amazon unveiled the new logo in January that would replace the shopping cart graphic. The new one (above) had a brown box with blow tape above the trademarked company smile arrow.
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Andra Day compares J. Edgar Hoover to Adolf Hitler

Actress Andra Day stopped by Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay’s podcast “Higher Learning” this week to talk about her new movie, “The United States vs. Billie Holiday.”. The film centers around Harry Anslinger, the former head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and his government-backed task force. Anslinger made it his mission to constantly harass and arrest Holiday for singing the soulful ballad “Strange Fruit.” The song addressed the lynchings of African Americans.
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Adolf Hitler Toilet Seat Listed For Auction

If there is a piece from your ancestral home that you would like to keep to preserve its memories in the future, what would it be? It could be the dining table where your family once share special moments, the living room set where the family used to gather, your mother's coffee table, or father's office chair. Anything that would remind of your fondest memories at home will undoubtedly be priceless.