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Synonyms for swastika

crooked cross

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Synonyms for swastika

the official emblem of the Nazi Party and the Third Reich

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Some unidentified students at Paradise Valley High School in Arizona were captured in a Snapchat image forming a swastika on the ground, an act that landed them in hot water with school authorities, (https://www.
A swastika is an ancient symbol that has been used by most cultures for thousands of years.
Images of a swastika and a message that read "Warning.
but it was all too true: Shortly after midnight, a black SUV had driven up, a masked guy had gotten out, smashed one of the floor-to-ceiling windows of the synagogue's front, and applied peel-off swastika stickers to the doors before driving off.
41) World War II and the rise of the Nazi party quickly put an end to the innocuous use of swastikas in Europe and the United States.
West Midlands Police said they were aware of the swastikas in the city and were looking into the matter.
More than 50 geoglyphs with various shapes and sizes, including a massive swastika, have been discovered across northern Kazakhstan, say archaeologists.
Nazi" and "No" were scrawled alongside the swastikas.
In April, Nazi slogans and swastikas were spray-painted in Bat Yam, on the wall of a synagogue and at a nearby school.
Melbourne, July 23 ( ANI ): The controversial Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia will reportedly reopen with a broader World War II theme, however, sans the swastika symbols.
Posing next to Swastika adorned planes and warships, a wealthy couple from the North East are seen taking in the sights.
Amma sat next to Ganesha, who sat in his bed of swastikas, and she hugged one person after another, giving her blessings and her love.
NAZI swastikas have been scrawled over sign posts and trees at a public park in Birmingham causing fury to residents and local activists.
LUNENBURG - Racist graffiti and swastikas were spray painted all over the center of town, a discovery made by authorities yesterday morning.
Your fans are obviously interested in defacing their exterior walls with swastikas but actually entering such establishments, or even reading, are most probably beyond the purview of anyone associated with your organisation.