This 19 August 2017 video says about itself:
Far-right activists gather every year to commemorate the suicide of Hitler‘s one-time deputy, but the gathering has drawn more attention after last weekend’s far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that led to the death of a young woman.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Thursday, December 6, 2018
More than 100 of the neonazis are wanted for committing a violent crime with authorities warning that further crimes could take place following far-right rallies or music concerts. Around 32 are believed to have fled the country.
Germany has a history of failing to deal with far-right activity. In the most notorious case members of the National Socialist Underground (NSU) group evaded arrest for decades, despite an arrest warrant being issued by a Saxony court in 1998.
Between 2000 and 2007, they murdered nine immigrants and a police officer, robbed numerous banks and carried out three bombings.
Die Linke MP Ulla Jelpke said: “The security authorities need to think of something to capture these fugitive nazis more quickly.
“The figures are an alarming sign that the nazi scene remains violent and criminal.”