Monday, December 23, 2013

France: Soldier in CAR caught wearing Nazi slogan

The French army has launched an inquiry after a soldier serving in the Central African Republic is photographed wearing what appears to be a Nazi slogan. 
The photo showed a soldier with a rifle in his hands wearing a patch on the right arm carrying the French flag, number 32 and the insignia “Meine Ehre heißt Treue” (My honour is loyalty), the motto used by SS soldiers during the Nazi regime. 
It is unclear what the number 32 refers to, although it may refer simply to the soldier's military unit.

More: RFI, via JSS News

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