Yes, but did Herr Hitler have a Viking stove?: Nifty little piece
about the controversy over Homes & Gardens’ 1938 puff piece on Hitler’s vacation spread -- and its obnoxious attempt today to quash Internet coverage of it via bogus copyright claims. Harvard University’s Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies
has the cover illustration and text
. ... The amazing thing: The puff piece was written a mere 10 months before the outbreak of WWII. More proof the Under-the-Tuscan-Sun types have always lived in a false universe -- and raked in money by promoting a false universe. ... Damn it! One of these days Hub Blog is gonna get that aircraft-carrier kitchen island!
-- Many magazines/newspapers botched the pre-war analysis of Hitler. Many also obviously botched the post-war coverage of the occupation.