Iron crosses?

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by hailtothekingbaby, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. Didn't know where to post this so I thought I'd do it here.


    Anyway, since I've got iron crosses in my sig as part of a band's logo, I guess I'll ask what they mean or represent... it's too late, I know, but it's better late than never to realise I've got some kind of nazi sign in my logo.

    If I'm busy already asking about symbols' meanings, what does that rune that looks like an upside-down peace sign mean nowadays?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. dhs

    dhs Senior Member

    When I think of Iron Cross - I think of a trick you can do while catching air on skis, but thats just me.
     
  3. nawcom

    nawcom Ass Phreaker

    FYI, the peace sign is upside down because it is unobtainable-on a world wide scale. The only peace you can achieve is from within. The iron cross was first introduced in 1813 by King Frederick William III of Prussia, who was then at war against the French under Napolean. Hilter decided to copy and use it in WW2.
     

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