Russell Brand was kicked out of an after-party after accepting ‘The Oracle’ award at the GQ Men of The Year awards.
Yes, you are indeed looking at a picture of Adolf Hitler at a Christmas party. It was taken on 18 December 1941 in Munich during World War II, at a time when the horrors of the Third Reich’s “final solution” grew ever clearer.
The idea of not mentioning the war was lost on a bunch of Poms in Haworth, a small village near Bradford in West Yorkshire, who were seen wearing Nazi SS costumes as a delegation of German visitors arrived on a visit to their British twin town.
Iron Sky, a long-awaited science fiction spoof about Nazis invading Earth from their secret moon base is about to be released in Europe and internationally. While it has gained much support online and even some plaudits at festivals, some critics are wondering if Germans are ready for such rampant fun to be made of one of the darkest periods of their recent history.
Controversy is raging on both sides of the Atlantic over a British publisher’s plan to reprint Adolf Hitler’s anti-semitic manifesto, Mein Kampf, in German for the first time since the end of the Second World War.
A new biography, published by a very respected publisher yesterday, claims legendary designer Coco Chanel willingly collaborated with the Nazis during World War II. She also had a spy code-named “Westminster”, had a German officer for a lover, and was deeply anti-Semitic. She apparently even went on missions to help recruit new agents willing to serve Germany.
Let’s get this straight; 3D is just another means of resurrecting a spluttering film industry by charging you double the price for films with half the plot. Hollywood’s done it before, and they’ll keep doing it. But, just in case you needed another reason to hate 3D, turns out that Nazis were watching 3D propaganda films long before Avatar.