A group of Adolf Hitler enthusiasts, angry at the outrageous way the former German Chancellor is always portrayed as some mad, despotic leader with a lunatic streak, have decided to sue anyone who has said anything negative about der Führer for 'defamation of character'.
In an action that closely resembles that taken by three Michael Jackson fan groups in France, over the movie 'Leaving Neverland', the group say they are sick and tired of hearing Hitler called "a psychotic murderer who tried to annihilate the Jews", and claim that he had many good characteristics.
Hitler has been the focus of countless films, television programmes, and books that have often depicted him as a heartless monster, drunk on power, and someone that would stop at nothing to achieve his goals.
A bit like Donald Trump.
But, say Hitler's supporters, much that is currently believed about him is baseless and, they claim, untrue.
English socialite Unity Mitford met the Führer more than a hundred times, and said he was a wonderful host at tea, whose table manners were exemplary, and who always used a napkin.
Modern-day Hitler enthusiasts, many of whom weren't even born until after 'The Boys From Brazil' was released, say his good work is often overlooked, citing his ability to make trains run on time, and inspire the first Butlins-type holiday camps for workers' holidays as examples.
Hitler was also an animal-lover, and was never seen without Blondi, his German Shepherd, say the group. The dog went everywhere with the Führer, even accompanying him to the Nuremberg rallies, where Blondi had a special kennel built.
Jack Boot, the group's leader, from Baltimore, said:
"I am insane, but no more insane than those Michael Jackson fans."