The 95-year-old person came in 1949 in America hid his past, he is an armed guard in a brutal Nazi prison camp and was stripped of his citizenship years ago,
Now Dresden the German city that declared a Nazi emergency. Between 1933 and 1945. Nazi is the German common English name. when by the dictatorship the Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party
(NSDAP) controlled the country by under the Hitler rule.
Then the Germany country turns into the one-party state where nearly all aspects of life were controlled by the government.in may 1945 the Nazi regime ended after the Allies defeated Germany in world war II in Europe.
Dresden is the capital of Saxony, has long been viewed as the bastion of the far-right and also his birthplace for the Pegida movement of the anti- Islam.so approved a resolution by the Councilors in the city a contender for the 2025 European Capital culture. They say more needs to tackle the issue. But some of the opponents say it goes too far.
From the left-leaning satirical political party Die Partei, Mr. Achenbach said he believed it was necessary to take some action because politicians were not doing well to “position themselves
clearly” against the far- right.
According to the local media reports. A resolution put by Mr. Achenbach’s this resolution approved by Dresden’s city council on Wednesday night by the vote 39 to 29.
But the Germany governing reject this resolution by Germany’s governing Christian Democrats CDU).” Jan Donhauser, chairman of the CDU city council Group told that in BBC news, that from our point of view, this resolution was primarily an intended provocation,
The connection of the Dresden’s to the far-right is that”
Dresden has long been known for its links to far-right.in 1990 the neo-Nazi groups began stage reassemble there to remember what they called “the bombing Holocaust”, and the city of the Nazi groups bombed by the British and American forces in 1945, Mr. Alzheimer said. All these groups went on to become active in around all areas and in southern Saxony.
Where also the state of the Saxony has a long stronghold of the far-right national.
Where the Dresden is also the anti-Islam pegida movement began in 2014.and also continues to hold the this resemble.
This movement for the Nazi far-right has spurred large counter-rallies in the city.