Hitler's image used to sell fast food in Thailand

 
Hitler in an apron: it’s a shocking image, but it goes relatively unnoticed in Bangkok. The German dictator has become a new symbol for a fast food restaurant that has just opened in the Thai capital.
 
Photo tweeted by @WarHistoryOL
 
It’s not the first time the face of Hitler or swastika crosses have been used in Thai marketing campaigns. The war criminal’s face is notably used on a number of T-shirts.
 
Photo published on Flickr by Danny Flynn
 
A t-shirt with Hitler's face and Obama's slogan
 
In an interview on CNN, retailers explained that the image of Hitler is popular with young people who find his face “funny.” Merchants said they are just responding to demand.
 
 
Hitler masks: Photo published on Flickr by Matt Jones.
 
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