Letter: Briefly

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The Independent Online
HITLER was aggressively vegetarian and his first act on becoming chancellor in 1933 was to ban the boiling of lobsters and other shellfish in restaurants - probably one of the few kindly acts of his life. One is therefore sceptical about claims of him "raving about the seafood" at the Antigua Casa Sole restaurant ("A short break in Barcelona", Travel, 5 April).

Robin Puttick, London SW13

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