NAZI Memorabilia Sold At Event Causes Outcry

Posted on August 22, 2018

Items sold at the West Wiltshire Military Vehicle Trust (MVT) event included an original Star of David arm patch that Jews were forced to wear. John Wardle, from the MVT, confirmed the items were on sale on National Trust land near Lacock Abbey but said it was not illegal. The National Trust has warned the charity not do it again. The matter came to light when a visitor attended the event at the village playing field leased to the parish council by the National Trust. She told The Sun newspaper she cried when she saw people in German military uniforms from the Second World War. “It was fascist fetishism,” she said. People were posing with these ‘soldiers’.”

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