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Totenkopf (i.e. skull, literally dead's head) is the German word for the skull and crossbones (or death's head) symbol.What is the significance of the skull and Totenkopf?
The Skull is the reminder that you shall always be willing to put your self at stake for the life of the whole community. The Totenkopf was also used as the unit insignia of the Panzer forces of the German Heer (Army), and also by the Panzer units of the Luftwaffe, including those of the elite Fallschirm-Panzer Division 1 Hermann Göring.What are some famous Totenkopf mottos?
They had the following mottos: Vaincre ou mourir, La liberté ou la mort and Vivre libre ou mourir – Victory or death; Freedom or death; and Live free or die. Although not exactly a Totenkopf per se, the Chilean guerrilla leader Manuel Rodríguez used the symbol on his elite forces called Husares de la muerte (" Hussars of death").Why is the Totenkopf a hate symbol?
Following the war, neo-Nazis and other white supremacists resurrected the Totenkopf as a hate symbol because of its importance to the SS and it has been a common hate symbol since. It is this particular image of a skull and crossbones that is considered a hate symbol, not any image of a skull and crossbones.