'Anti-Semitic' posters withdrawn by British Transport Police after comparisons with Nazi propaganda.

anti_semitic_posters_withdrawn_by_british_transport.jpgAnti-terrorism posters that were likened to "offensive" Nazi propaganda have been withdrawn by the British Transport Police after an "anti-Semitism" row.

The "See It. Say It. Sorted" campaign to stop terror threats on the rail network was heavily criticised for alleged racist imagery.

Passengers complained that the posters echoed those used to advertise a so-called degenerate art exhibition in Nazi Germany in 1937, which is said to have led to a sharp rise in anti-Semitic feelings.

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