Nazi focus 'boosts xenophobia'

13th December 2002 at 00:00
NEW German ambassador Thomas Matussek has claimed that British history teaching puts too much emphasis on the Nazis and encourages zenophobia. He said the curriculum should be updated to show that his country had changed. Two German schoolboys were assaulted by a gang of youths in south London in October during a teenage football game.

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