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Right wing swells live up to their name as they pushed price of Adolph's top hat to €50,000. Other heel clickers attend the same Munich auction as Hitler memorabilia rakes in thousands despite protests.

In light of the denazification laws passed by the Federal German Republic it is surprising these sort of legally tainted artifacts are legal to sell at public auction by Herman Historica Auctions.

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Adolf Hitler’s top hat, a silver-cased copy of his political treatise “Mein Kampf” and a dress worn by his companion Eva Braun raked in hundreds of thousands of euros in a Munich auction amid an international condemnation.

The Führer’s headgear was purchased for the equivalent of $55,400, according to the Hermann Historica auction house, which has a long tradition of peddling Nazi memorabilia dating back to the 1980s.

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