My dad flew 50 missions in WWII. Got shot down, evaded with his crew until he got to Russian controlled territory, waited for another B-24 to come in all shot up, got it patched up then flew back to base. Obviously the writer has no idea what the Swatstikas mean on the airplane. Or even what the replica of the aircraft even represents. Maybe some reading of history is in order. OR maybe meeting a survivor of the death camps. Or go to Luxemburg and that area, there are portraits of Patton up with the Queen on the walls. What the allies did used to be appreciated. And there were a lot of countries under the umbrella of Allies, from partisans to armies, navies and air forces. And people at home making all the bombs dropped on the Reich.
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from the article: Nazi swastika adorns Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue