July 2010

What's in a swastika? Nothing, if it's used by the jews!

These Kerensky-era Russian notes are decorated prominently with swastikas.

Rusian Ruble - 1: The front of a 1917 Russian 250-Ruble note. The back of this bill contains a large swastika super-imposed with a double eagle.

The front of a 1917 Russian 250-Ruble note. The back of this bill contains a large swastika super-imposed with a double eagle.

The back of a 1917 Russian 250-Ruble note. In the center of the bill notice the swastika super-imposed with a double eagle.

The back of a 1917 Russian 250-Ruble note. In the center of the bill notice the swastika super-imposed with a double eagle.

 

The back of another Russian 250-Ruble note, with a swastika in the center that is super-imposed by a double eagle.

The back of another Russian 250-Ruble note, with a swastika in the center that is super-imposed by a double eagle.

One side of a Russian 5000-Ruble note. Notice the large swastika in the center.

One side of a Russian 5000-Ruble note. Notice the large swastika in the center.

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