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The Nazi mascot

Posted by Ron Coleman on August 30, 2007

Ynetnews:

Over 60 years after WWII, the secret past of a young Jewish boy adopted by SS, forced to hide his Jewish identity and used as Nazi mascot in propaganda videos is told in newly published book, ‘The Mascot’

Over 50-years after the Second World War came to an end, Alex Kurzem of Australia revealed to his family that he was a Jew who survived the war by being adopted by the SS at the age of five and becoming a Nazi mascot.

Kurzem, 70, revealed his story to his wife and two children in 1997, and now, 10 years later, a book entitled The Mascot and written by Kurzem’s son Mark, has been published in London.

“Who would have believed such a story?” Kurzem told Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper over the phone Thursday night.

If true, this is pretty impressive.  Not that anyone but specialists have ever heard of “the youngest Nazi,” but it demonstrates how little even the wicked “experts” on racial characteristics could tell when choosing their ideal Aryan.

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3 Responses to “The Nazi mascot”

  1. Bob Miller said

    “…but it demonstrates how little even the wicked “experts” on racial characteristics could tell when choosing their ideal Aryan.”

    Their satanic leader didn’t look too Aryan either, according to the propaganda definition.

    The real Aryans came originally from Persia (Iran!) and India anyway and were not too blond.

  2. Sounds like an interesting story. I will have to search it out.

  3. yeah, i was pretty blown away by this story myself…only ran across it this morning while researching the koidanov massacre of 21 october 1941…i blog about kurzem’s story today at Never Again!…won’t you stop by and leave a comment?

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