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Charles Zeps ( wrote:
:                            THE SYMBOL OF THE SUN

: Many have been led to believ the Swatika is a "nazi" symbol, yet a casual
: examination of recent history show the use of the HAKENKRUZ in ancient Troy,
: China and Egypt.

: In WW I the British use of the Swastika was widespread in Government and in
: popular periodicals. It was the Official British Government symbol of the
: British War Savings Drive, it appeared on the Bonds, and Swastika pins were
: awarded to British workers for good effort in the WW I Bond drive.

: Rudyard Kipling, the popular Mason, had it emblazoned on the covers of his
: best selling books and it was popular in WW I as a trinket among troops and
: was sold as earings and brooches later in the 1920's in the United States,
: Great Britian and Europe. By 1930 it was used by British Druidic cults on
: thier robes and in 1932 the British journal "The Superman", dedicated to
: the perfection of the body, which contained writings by British scientists
: perporting the Darwinian model of evolution published articles on the purity
: of the Anglo-Saxon race and placed a border of Swastikas on the covers.

remainder snipped

When you list the use outside Nazi Germany you can list the use by 
Anerican school children at least into the middle 1930's Our school 
saluted the flag with the outstreatched arm at assembly.

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