My only problem is with the wording of the text above. Many of the events directly or indirectly referred to (like war crimes, genocide, ...) should definitely not be forgotten - for very obvious reasons.
And they were GERMAN. Yes, modern Germany is a different state with different people but the Nazis were German. And everyone must know what happened, especially given how many of them escaped, were pardoned by Americans to use against the Soviets and how many neonazis exist in the world today.
We must NEVER forget. Their descendants in Germany least of all.
Oh, and de Führer never said, "Baby!"
In 1968, Chancellor Kiesinger gets punched in the face for having been that - (Member of the Nazi Party)
In 1989, this building falls when the top government spokesman misreads a law - (Berlin wall)
Several members of this group commit suicide in the same night, even though they're kept in a supermax prison - (RAF)
Every year, this festival leads to a spike in thefts, violent fights and sexual assaults - (Oktoberfest)
To this day, gay and bi men are verboten to do this - (Donate blood)
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We see how Arabs treat women in their country, why would they behave other in Europe?
I'm not really a fan of these "embarrassing chapters..." quizzes, but that's my 2 Australian cents.
Also, I think it would be good to mention when the Protocols of the Elders of Zion were taught, namely in the 20s and 30s. Such a thing would be unthinkable in Germany after 1949, but the clue makes it seem as if this could be recent (I was confused myself).
the agression Schumacher did to Batiston during Football World Cup in 1982.
The goalkeeper should have been deserved a red card for this and got nothing...