Monday, May 26, 2008


From the Strategy Page:

To ease his boredom during his long exile in the Netherlands following World War I, former Kaiser Wilhelm II dabbled in gardening and mysticism, in 1934 publishing a book on Eastern religious symbology in which he pointedly noted that the version of the swastika used by Hitler and his Nazis stood for darkness, misfortune, and death.

Of course after losing the First World War the Germans may not have been willing to listen to Kaiser Willie.

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