"I am a racist. I believe in racial purity ... I do not want my race to be polluted. The Jews? It is their own fault. They never did want to be true citizens of one country ... It is a legend that 6,000,000 of them were killed ..."

Was it Adolf Hitler speaking from his grave? No, but close enough. Those words were spoken in an interview for Dutch television—and they came from Belgium's leading Nazi collaborator in World War II. Of Léon Degrelle, the speaker, who had been a Belgian right-wing politician in the 1930s, Hitler...

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