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Perhaps an English-speaking German fan could enlighten us. Public display of Nazi iconography is banned, the violation of which is a criminal offence under German law; however, movies which are considered "works of art", such as Inglourious Basterds, are allowed (although a swastika depicted on the movie's German street poster was redacted) because of a loophole in the law. I don't know if this extends to broadcast television, which would be considered in a different category if American law applied ProfessorTrek 07:56, August 5, 2011 (UTC)

No it was not banned, it was aired like all the other episodes. I remember watching it on a Saturday 11 am. Yes it is illegal to show nazi iconography in public, but not on TV and other media. I

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