A British museum which mounted a display of wartime artifacts for an anniversary exhibition has been forced to cover up Nazi memorabilia after offending visitors. Cawthorne Jubilee Museum in Barnsley, Yorkshire, UK mounted a dual exhibition to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and the role the village and its residents played in the Second World War.
But it has been plunged into controversy because of the use of a large red banner with the Nazi swastika emblem, liberated by a soldier from the Olympic stadium in Berlin during 1945 and donated to the museum decades ago.