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Somebody Bought Hitler's Bed Sheets At An Auction…

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Yuck.

During a recent auction in England, somebody spent $3,100 on Adolf Hitler's stained Swastika-embroidered bed linens. (above)

Why would a person want those?!?!?!? We're NOT buying the whole "it's a bit of history" argument.

Once again - yuck.

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18 comments to “Somebody Bought Hitler's Bed Sheets At An Auction…”



  1. 1

    GROSS GROSS GROSS GROSS GROSS GROSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



  2. 2

    Probably Mel Gibson…



  3. 3

    Despite my hatred for the Nazis, and Hitler especially, I don't think that this is yucky. It is a part of history. So long as no one is using them to sleep with as their personal bedding, I think it's fine. We don't know who the buyer was, so its hard to judge. For all we know, it could have been bought for a museum.



  4. 4

    As a militaria collector, I am not surprised. There is a collector for everything, I take it you missed a few years ago when a pair of Eva Bruan's underwear went for sale as well. Hell, at the militaria shows they even sell the grave stones the Nazi's made in the field for their fallen comrades. It's not even they support the ideology, it is the fact it's history. So far I have found 64 members of my family killed in various ghettos and concentration camps. I still collect Feldposts, because it's interesting. Grow up, Perez.



  5. 5

    Yuck indeed. Who on earth would want to own something formerly belonging to one of the most famous, powerful, influential people of all time.
    For anyone who wants to say I'm a Nazi or racist or whatever, I'm not, but his influence cannot be denied; Most politicians nowdays study his Nuremberg rallies so they can try to gain whatever it was that created the atmosphere there.



  6. 6

    Re: WhyCantILeaveComments

    So, what should people do? Should the world destroy every piece of Nazi artifact that still exists, because Nazism = "Yucky"? There is an old saying: Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. If we start whitewashing over every little thing that upsets our sensibilities, we make it easier for the future to know less about their past.



  7. 7

    I'M thinking maybe a smart businessman
    You could take that one sheet cut it up into 1000 1"x1"' squares sell them off at $25 each
    for $25,000
    Than sell the monogram framed, with a photograh, for another large sum of $$



  8. 8

    I agree with most of the commentors below. It is a piece of history. Like someone previously said, for all we know it could be going into a museum.
    Like it or not, Hitler is part of history…



  9. 9

    Re: Demode – you answered your own question!!!



  10. 10

    replied to the wrong person my last comment was supposed to be for WhyCantILeaveComments



  11. 11

    Re: phalen208

    Lol… I was wondering about that ;)



  12. 12

    COMMENTS ON "Katy Perry was the cat's meow" ugly ass pig, no talent either



  13. 13

    So what.



  14. 14

    It *is* a piece of history, and I'm saying that with absolutely no love for Hitler.



  15. 15

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    16

    I agree with the others who say as long as this person isn't using them to sleep on (which would really ruin the collecting value in this item). My boyfriend is getting into wwII military collecting and that would be an interesting piece. Personally we're more into medals, pins and smaller items but certainly this item would be worth a good sum of money as the years go on.



  17. 17

    AS unspeakable as it is. It's history.
    If someone wants to buy it, so what?
    It's not perpetuating anything, unless it is….



  18. 18

    A very sick person!Don't you think?