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A GERMAN advertising campaign was abruptly cancelled over complaints that the slogan used also stood at the entrance to the Nazi Buchenwald concentration camp, a newspaper has reported.
Coffee company Tchibo and oil group Esso will tear down advertising posters proclaiming "To Each His Own'', posted at around 700 petrol stations across Germany, the Frankfurter Rundschau said.
The phrase was originally coined by Cato over 2000 years ago...
Originally posted by tezzajw
How can people link a coffee advertising campaign with NAZI deathcamps?
Sure, remember them, but move on. Will each future generation still be forced to use the crutch of the Holocaust to censor their thoughts and actions???