The world loved swastika before the war

October 30, 2010 · 2 comments

Swastika before World War 2 was commonly used on variety of objects as a symbol of luck. It was fashionable to put swastika on cars, post cards, beer cans and whisky bottles, post cards and even passports of Soviet soldiers, among others. You may be surprised to learn that Carlsberg and Coca-Cola used swastika on their bottles. And until today, Swastika is still used in Japan as a symbol of luck. Before the war, the symbol was used internationally and was rather popular in Europe, USA ad Asia.

Swastika on Coke’s and Carlsberg’s products:






Swastika on cars and vehicles:



Swastika on Hockey team players:


Swastika on recipe books:

Swastika on match boxes and stamps:


Swastika on passports:

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DF May 27, 2011 at 7:57 am

“Swastika on passports:”
It is not a passport.
It is an army charter

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