Bakery owner Manfred Klaschka says he made the cake -- at a cost of $128 -- at the request of a customer.
"If it's requested, it's made," said Klaschka, according to MSNBC. "I don't want to be pulled into this because I'm a confectioner, and there's nothing more to it."
Klaschka faces jail time because Austrian law prohibits any type of propaganda that glorifies symbols from the World War II period. The bakery, Tortendesign, is located in Maria Enzersdorf, Austria.
According to the Mauthausen Committee, founded in 1997 to maintain the legacy of former concentration camp inmates, pictures of the Nazi-Hitler-themed cakes are kept in a binder that customers are allowed to peruse.
The Holocaust survivors' group has asked Austrian prosecutors to press charges against the bakery.
Read more at MSNBC.
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