At a private party two weeks ago hailing the 50th anniversary of Holland’s liberation from German control at the end of WWII, the National Theater decor included huge Triumph of the Will-style swastika banners. Local set designers had been fretting about how, in the post-OK City bombing era, to order seven 5-by-20-foot symbols of Nazi terror without acquiring a police dossier. The Dutch embassy solved the problem. Incomplete flags, in the form of red flannel banners with white circles, were imported via diplomatic pouch. Broken-armed black vinyl crosses were stitched on in the relative security of the theater.