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Pens' Familiar White Star Was Designed By a Jew for Hitler-
Summary of eRumor:
pens have a trademark on their caps of a finely-crafted white star.
It is said that the Montblanc pen was designed by a Jew for Adolph Hitler
so that, without knowing it, Hitler carried the Jewish Star of David in
The Truth: The Montblanc company is a German company that was
founded in the early 1900's under a different name, then became Montblanc
in 1910. According to "The Montblanc Diary and Collector's
Guide" written by Jens Rosler, the first pens with the white star on
the cap were produced in 1914, long before Hitler's rise to power.
The white star represents the snow-capped mountain Montblanc which was
also, "..black at the bottom, white at the top and the greatest
among its peers." It does resemble a Star of David, but we have
found no evidence that the resemblance is intentional.
A real example of the story as it has
I heard a story about the design of the Mont Blanc pen. That it was
designed for Hitler by a Jew who told
Hitler the white on the top represent
the snow capped Alps. However, when you
look down on the top of the pen it
forms the Star of David. Hence, Hitler
carried the Star of David in his
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