Isn't this a bit much? Our bookstores used to be filled with World War II novels, featuring Messerschmidts and Focke-Wulfs on the covers and in photographs and illustrations. I was a kid - I used to read those things avidly. Read "I Fought You From The Skies" by Willi Heilmann sometime. The cover never generated outrage. Or the cover of the arguably definitive book, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. They're illustrations, not statements of admiration or loyalty. You can't learn from history if you hide parts of it. I see a swastika, I remember who used it and what it was used for. Eli Weisel said that to forget the Holocaust is to 'kill twice.' So count me as disagreeing over this 'trigger'.