This is reported by Der Spiegel.
It is noted that the decision to retain the motto was made despite the demands of Felix Klein, the authorized German government to combat anti-Semitism.
The publication refers to German Defense Minister Christina Lambrecht, who sees no good reason to abandon this motto.
“The choice of a star with the inscription suum cuique for the military police of the Bundeswehr means a conscious break with the military police of the Third Reich and, therefore, with National Socialism,” the department said.
In addition, it is specified that the emblem of the German police is a black eagle with a Latin inscription.
As for the police during the Third Reich, then this emblem was not used.
In June, the Czechs held a memorial ceremony dedicated to the victims of the Nazis, who destroyed the village of Lidice and killed more than 170 local men on the spot.