Traveling abroad is a luxury many Americans enjoy, but some foreign behaviors have appalled visitors to Europe and South America.
Despite laws in some nations banning citizens from owning Nazi paraphenalia, the racist movement is flourishing.
"Hate is still being taught to future generations of youth," said activist Ashley White.
"It is not uncommon to see young kids goose-stepping and hailing Hitler in public places such as restaraunts."
While children may not realize the gravity of their actions, their parents and onlookers are fully aware of the ramifications.
Affected teenagers are also known to commit acts of vandalism and violence against minorities during racist holidays such as Hitler's birthday.
Officials often turn a blind eye to such behaviors. "Unless the individuals actually commit a crime," said a German police chief, "there is really nothing we can do."
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