Anti-Chinese feelings have given rise to the most unusual of Nazis in the most unlikely of places: Mongolia. They're looking to preserve their national identity and to keep the Chinese out of it and, reportedly, look at Hitler as an inspiration.
Their right hands rise to black-clad chests and flash out in salute to their nation: "Sieg heil!" They praise Hitler's devotion to ethnic purity.
But extreme groups -- such as Tsagaan Khass who respect Hitler and reject foreign influence -- with their high cheekbones, dark eyes and brown skin, are hardly the Third Reich's Aryan ideal. And yet, a new strain of Nazism has found an unlikely home: Mongolia.
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