Hitler's top hat auctioned off for €50,000 in Germany: "historical interest" or "immorality"?

The main items were Hitler's top hat, a dress worn by Eva Braun, and a copy of Mein Kampf that belonged to Göring. But the auction also included cutlery, napkins, guns, and uniforms - all used by top Nazi dignitaries, and advertised as "German historical memorabilia from 1919 onwards." The European Jewish Association says it is an immoral auction and recalls the fact that antisemitism is on the rise in Europe.