The local police commissioner compared the threat to the one preceding the Orlando tragedy that killed 49 people.
An editorial in the Berlusconi-owned paper said it distributed the book so readers could "study what is evil to avoid its return" through the Nazi leader's writings.
'The Itinerary' is a 2,400 page book listing where the Führer was on each day of his life, how he got there, what he did, and who he was with.
The statue was apparently a "difficult" sale.
The Timaru Boys' High School is home to one of the world's last living memories of Hitler, but just don't mention his name.
A German historian discovered that AP hired reporters and photographers who worked for the Nazi's propaganda division in the 1930s.
Ondskab ville være let at forholde sig til, hvis bare den kunne identificeres ud fra menneskets fysik. Sådan forholder det sig bare ikke.
It's all too easy to blame the Führer's messed-up junk for the Third Reich.
The Institute of Contemporary History says that the new version is a heavily annotated, scholarly text of the book in German to get ahead of other potentially sympathetic editions of the text, whose copyright is expiring at the end of the year.
Well, it's really the only one. Sound of Music—named after the musical—boasts a killer beer selection, cowboy decor, and a fan that may or may not have been owned by Adolf Hitler.
Netanyahu's speech puts Palestinians at the center of the Holocaust — a version of events that the head of Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust said were "not true."
The opening ceremony for the 14th European Maccabi Games, which features Israeli and Jewish athletes, was held at the site of the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.