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Putting a Nazi flag inside the German flag to preserve history equates to teaching Huckleberry Finn uncensored to todays adolescence Such a claim sounds severely extreme but it is valid if examined closely With both cases history should be taught and preserved for many reasons such as to prevent mistakes in the future However there are some events in history that could be taught meticulously even if they are censored due to their unnecessary vulgarity Events like these should be taught briefly to transfer the context in full but without every little detail Such details are prone to affecting countless people on this planet today in a negative fashion In this sense Germany wouldnt put a Nazi flag on their current flag because it was a period of time that still has a connection to todays society and shouldnt be celebrated for happening Of course events such as the Nazi regime cant be ignored and we cant pretend it didnt happen but censoring it making it known while still sustaining its influence is the route Germany is taking In essence it was a negative period of history and it shouldnt be celebrated such as in the manner mentioned previously because it would be pointless and the only outcome of it would create a dilemma and controversy Having said that the cases become a little more similar in their ordeal Mark Twains novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is taught in schools around the country and it incorporates the use of the n-word a word that shouldnt receive the publicity it does Historians teachers and others that oppose censoring the book believe that censorship would ruin the book and they lobby for the preservation of the integrity of the book and Mark Twain Keeping Huckleberry Finn uncensored wont teach adolescence anything but a vulgar word in the same way that incorporating a Nazi flag into Germanys national flaw would only go to teach what the
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