On the March Again?

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EVIDENCE: Seized grenades and small arms

Nov. 9 is a big day for Munich. it's the 65th anniversary of Kristallnacht — the infamous pogrom against Jews launched by Nazi Propaganda Minister Josef Göbbels — and it's the day construction is set to begin on the city's first major synagogue since World War II. Hundreds of politicians and dignitaries, including German President Johannes Rau, Bavarian State Premier Edmund Stoiber and Paul Spiegel, head of Germany's Jewish community, will attend the groundbreaking ceremony. But if a ring of alleged neo-Nazis had its way, police say, Nov. 9 would also have been the day a bomb containing 1.7 kilos of...

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