Following protests, the Dutch town of Geffen will not display the names of German Wehrmacht soldiers along with Jewish Holocaust victims on a new monument. The monument, scheduled to be unveiled Saturday in the eastern Netherlands town, “was meant to promote reconciliation but instead caused controversy,” Mayor Roel Augusteijn said at a televised news conference Thursday to explain the decision. — Forward
There appear to be no protests, however, about the design of the memorial, on which is hastily inscribed the following phrase in Comic Sans with unnecessary straight quotes:
'Verzoening' Ter nagedachtenis van alle slachtoffers van oorlogsgeweld
(Reconciliation. To honor the memory of all victims of war.)
Update: I guess there actually was some blowback about the typeface choice, as stated on the local government’s official site (Google translated):
On Saturday, October 20 was the unveiling of the monument 'Reconciliation'. Questions have arisen about the choice of the font Comic Sans.
The reason for choosing this font is practical. The Working Group, in consultation with the sculptor chose a slightly rounder and thicker font to use that form fits well with the stone and readable from a distance.