Bosses at East Lancashire Railway have banned anyone from wearing Nazi clothing at the 1940s war weekend.
There have been rumors that about ten thousand people are going to be attending the World War Two re-enactment at East Lancashire Railway event in Bury, Greater Manchester this weekend. There have been questions about why all the Nazi stuff is being banned and the answers for these questions are that there will be a strong amount of the Jewish community attending and the organisers have stated that they wouldn’t want to offend anyone with those types of uniforms.
A spokeswoman for the organisers of the event said that if anyone is found wearing German or Axis officer uniforms thenit will cause them to be automatically asked to leave. At previous events, there has been a small amount of people that came dressed in Axis officer uniforms and that has caused a big disturbances, and this time the East Lancashire Railway have strictly said that no one is to wear a swastika.
Spokes people have clearly said that they don’t wish to offend anyone this year, so if you are attending this event this weekend, then please remember not wear any German or Axis officer uniforms because they are banned from this event. But the spokes people did say that it doesn’t mean you can’t come dressed up as normal soldiers.
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