Google Sorry for Hitler Mistake

    Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Social Party, Oct. 10, 1923. (AP Photo)


    Well that definitely requires some explaining. Google apologized on Friday, after an error on Google Maps saw a Berlin intersection labeled with its Nazi-era name, Adolf-Hitler-Platz. The intersection is currently supposed to be named Theodor-Heuss-Platz, for West Germany's first president after World War II. Google says it does not know how the error, which was visible for a few hours, occurred.

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