When JRR Tolkien was asked for proof of Aryan descent in Germany, 1938, he replied, “If impertinent and irrelevant inquiries of this sort are to become the rule in matters of literature, then the time is not far distant when a German name will no longer be a source of pride.”
During the Nazi occupation of Ukraine, the football match between the Nazis and a group of Ukrainian players from the famous soccer club FC Dynamo Kyiv took place. The Ukrainians were clearly superior to the occupiers, because they beat them easily over several matches – the last result being at 8-0. Unfortunately, the Nazis didn’t like being humiliated, so the Gestapo got involved. The Gestapo just did what they did best: they arrested and tortured most of the Ukrainian players. At least one of them died at their hands. Those who survived were shipped off to a work camp – and most were ultimately executed.
A German soldier during WW2 called Werner Goldberg was branded “The Ideal German Soldier” because of his physical appearance. Ironically he was half Jewish.
Japanese people were considered “Honorary Whites” by both Nazi Germany and apartheid South Africa.
Because of Nazi persecution of people with dwarfism, most of the Oompa Loompas in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory had no acting experience and many didn’t even speak English.
A man came to own a boat known as ‘Hitler’s Yacht’ and neo-nazi’s offered him $500,000 for it. Instead he gave it away to a Jewish group so that they could sink it and turn it into a reef.
The United States gave asylum to Nazi war criminals for decades and then tried to cover it up until they were sued under the Freedom of Information Act.
Two identical twins separated at birth; one grew up a Nazi and the other a Jew.
A history teacher in the 1960s ran an experiment to recreate Nazi Germany using his students, called the “Third Wave.” The students had hung banners around the school, saluted each other in the hallways, and his skipped other classes to join the movement.
The Canadian government staged a large-scale Nazi invasion of Winnipeg in 1942 to promote war bonds: citizens were arrested at random, armed “German” troops searched cars and buses, businesses were raided for supplies and Union flags were torn down and replaced with the flag of the Nazi Party.