the Slogan "Hameln power was" taken back and not read now Red to Yellow, and he was taken back, welcomed the SPD-Councilman explicitly, as he explains in a press release. Rachel Dohme, President of the Jewish community of Hameln can be seen on request to the faux pas of the city.
Meyer-miner-and that is the fatal proximity "to the slogan of the national socialists over the entrances to the concentration camps of the third Reich," registering a Slogan as a promotional measure for Parking and, in principle, also to other purposes. Also, if this is close to the sentence "work makes you free" that the Nazis had mounted in bearings on a plurality of concentration, "had certainly not been considered," said Kurt Meyer-miner. He recalled that it had been next to the Jews are also politically different thinking such as the social-Democrats, "have particularly suffered under the yoke of the Nazis in the concentration camp".
Rachel Dohme, co-founder of the Jewish reform congregation in Hameln, has a clear attitude to the originally chosen Slogan: "It's easy." Do not take that as deliberately evil, true – "this was certainly no evil intent", but as an error, "had to be undone". It was simply "a very loaded Phrase in the Jewish world," she explains. The new Slogan, "Free from three" find it very beautiful.
on The Internet, on Facebook had not disturbed some of the Slogan, and others.
This article was written by Birte Hansen-height
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