Neo-Nazis Seek To Commemorate 1945 Dresden Bombing : News Photo

Neo-Nazis Seek To Commemorate 1945 Dresden Bombing

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DRESDEN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 13: Neo-Nazis and their sympathizers march with torches to commemorate the World War II firebombing of Dresden by Allied planes on February 13, 2012 in Dresden, Germany. Protesters attempted unsuccessfully to surround the expected 1,500 neo-Nazis with a human chain in order to prevent them from marching through the city in the annual event. Right-wing extremism is currently making national headlines in Germany due to the revelation that a pair of neo-Nazis claiming to be part of a group called the National Socialist Underground (NSU) murdered at least 10 immigrant small-business owners as well as a policewoman over a decade-long period, and that police investigations at the time were either botched or willfully aborted. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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DRESDEN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 13: Neo-Nazis and their sympathizers march with torches to commemorate the World War II firebombing of Dresden by Allied planes on February 13, 2012 in Dresden, Germany. Protesters attempted unsuccessfully to surround the expected 1,500 neo-Nazis with a human chain in order to prevent them from marching through the city in the annual event. Right-wing extremism is currently making national headlines in Germany due to the revelation that a pair of neo-Nazis claiming to be part of a group called the National Socialist Underground (NSU) murdered at least 10 immigrant small-business owners as well as a policewoman over a decade-long period, and that police investigations at the time were either botched or willfully aborted. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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