Is The New York Times Right About “California’s Surf Nazis”?

Duane catalogues the best-known examples of surfers using Nazi imagery, from the Swastika model surfboard made by a Los Angeles-based company in the 1930s to a scene in Greg Noll’s 1959 “Search for Surf” in which surfers wore Nazi storm trooper uniforms while skateboarding in a storm drain. “We’d paint a swastika on something for no other reason than to piss people off,” said Noll in Matt Warshaw’s “The History of Surfing”, which is quoted in the piece. “Which it did.

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