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hakenkreuz "hooked cross" = swastica.

when people say "bent cross" they are just misinformed and probably mean "hooked cross", most likely.

Germans call it "hakenkreuz" and people that speak English call it "swastica"

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The swastika (bent cross) is a traditional symbol that represents peace and well-being. Hitler chose it not only for this reason, but because he wanted something that was easy to draw and remember.

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