Nazi relics and memorabilia were put up for sale on a Montreal auction site, including weapons, badges, and clothing once belonging to supporters of Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany. A Montreal auction house has stirred criticism and concern over a new auction lot containing Nazi war memorabilia. Enchères Champagne, an auction house located in Montreal, Canada, launched an online live auction on Thursday titled “Military auctions — German WWII” which contains artifacts from Nazi Germany. Some of the items being sold include iron crosses, medals, pins, and numerous items containing the image of the Nazi eagle and swastika. They are also selling numerous Nazi daggers, helmets, belts, shoes, pouches, patches, and flags with Nazi imagery on it, such as the swastika or images of Hitler, not to mention the infamous red armband. The 128 lots began to sell on Thursday at 6 p.m. local time.