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Vast war letter collection shows sacrifice

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Horace Evers was setting up a command post in Munich with other Allied soldiers in the final days of World War II when he stumbled across sheets of Adolf Hitler's personal stationery in the dictator's abandoned apartment.Full story

UK education minister lashes out over 'Mr Men" history lessons

LONDON (Reuters) - British Education Minister Michael Gove criticized the use of the popular "Mr Men" cartoon figures to teach 16-year olds about Adolf Hitler, saying such play-based learning infantilized students and led to a culture of low aspirations. Full story

Three of five Austrians want strong man as leader: poll

VIENNA (Reuters) - Three out of five Austrians want a "strong man" to lead the country and two out of five think things were not all bad under Adolf Hitler, according to a survey released on Friday. Full story

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