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... feature an image of a Nazi-era postage stamp that shows a black-and-white profile of Hitler A German furniture store chain has apologised for selling coffee mugs featuring faint portraits of Adolf Hitler it had mistakenly ordered from a Chinese ...
theguardian.com · 4/10/2014
The ancient Norse odal rune is similar to the swastika and was ... Earlier this week, a German furniture store chain apologised for selling coffee mugs featuring portraits of Adolf Hitler which were ordered from a Chinese supplier. The face of Adolf ...
International Business Times · 4/13/2014
A German furniture store chain has apologized for selling coffee mugs featuring faint portraits of Adolf Hitler it had mistakenly ordered from a Chinese supplier, a news report says. The vintage-style ceramic cups feature a faint image of a Nazi-era ...
i24news.tv · 4/10/2014
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April 11 - A German furniture store has apologized for selling Chinese-made mugs featuring an image of Adolf Hitler and has offered a 20-euro voucher to customers who will bring back the mugs, which were originally sold for 1.99 euros,reports said Friday.
La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno · 4/11/2014
"The jacket was not designed by Topman. We apologise for any offence caused." Earlier this week, a German furniture store chain apologised for selling coffee mugs featuring portraits of Adolf Hitler which were ordered from a Chinese supplier. The ...
Yahoo News · 4/14/2014
BERLIN (AP) - A small German furniture store chain says it inadvertently ordered 5,000 coffee cups bearing a faint portrait of Adolf Hitler from China. Christian Zurbrueggen, co-owner of the Zurbrueggen chain, told German news agency dpa on Thursday that ...
MyFox Philadelphia · 4/12/2014
The Gift Book 2015 presents a close look at some 50 important product categories — including several new ones — in the gift, toy and decorative accessories industry. Look back at the digital issue. Want to sell your love potion, voodoo doll, or hex ...
Gifts And Decorative Accessories · 4/23/2014
the German-born Dutch artist Paul Citroen. In Amsterdam, under the pseudonym of Jan Bloomfield, he established a branch of Dadaism with Citroen, while also running a leather goods store until it went bankrupt in 1935. By the time “Hitler’s Mug” was ...
Japan Times · 4/18/2013
Just last month a German furniture store chain was forced to apologise for selling coffee mugs featuring faint portraits of Adolf Hitler it had unwittingly ordered from a Chinese supplier.
Expatica · 5/9/2014
Worse, they took it a step further and used Teutonic imagery, including an image resembling the Parteiadler, a version of the German Imperial Eagle that was the symbol of the Nazi Party ... foot down and demanded the store’s management remove the ...
Alter Net · 12/10/2014