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April 12, 2014 9:15 pm

German Furniture Store Sells Hundreds of Hitler Coffee Mugs

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Goering and Hitler, 1938. Photo: WikiCommons

NBC News – A furniture store in western Germany sold nearly 200 coffee mugs bearing a portrait of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler after it mistakenly ordered 5,000 of the cups from China. The company put the cups on display at four of its outlets before the “bad buy” was recognized, one of the store’s owners said on Friday.

“Our staff is devastated by this very unfortunate error,” Christian Zurbrueggen, co-owner of the Zurbrueggen chain store told NBC News. “We have been in touch with the manufacturer … to prevent further distribution of these nasty cups.”

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  • Mike

    Are we supposed to believe that a buyer for the store purchased the mugs without noticing Hitler’s picture. And than the store sold almost 200 mugs before someone realized that they had Hitler’s picture on them. Hard to believe. What is also interesting is that the Chinese would create such a sentimental depiction of Hitler. Either they have no knowledge of the 20th Century dictator/mass murderer or they believe that modern German’s still venerate him. Maybe they are correct, after all, customers were purchasing them without any complaints.

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