Visitors to the city of Garda in Italy have been shocked by bottles of wine on sale in supermarkets that featured pictures of Hitler in various poses.
One bottle had an image of Hitler with his arm raised, another is labelled 'Mein Kampf" and another was called "Ein volk, ein Reich, ein Fuhrer" (one people, one empire, one Fuhrer).
Visitor Michael Hirsch told The Daily Telegraph: "It is very shocking and startling to us. We would think of it as neo-Nazism. It makes you wonder about the sympathies of the local people."
The father of Hirsch's wife Cindy was born in Czechoslovakia and is an Auschwitz survivor. Some of her other family members, including her aunt and grandparents, died there.
Local authorities are said to have opened up an enquiry into the reasons behind the sales of this wine.
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