I have to say I have tried looking for the UK tabloid article referred to in the original post in this thread and can't find it.
Sadly searching for:
"The Fourth Reich" Facebook
on Google brings up no references to tabloid newspapers but does have DonationCoder hitting near the top spot (just below three pages on Facebook).
Personally it doesn't surprise me that UK tabloids would stoop to such scummy and offensive headlines - the bar has been set incredibly low in the UK for newspapers and the tabloids seems to slip under it with plenty of room to spare. Some newspaper will print anything to appeal to the basest and most stupid human bigotry and then stand proud on the free speech platform. If anyone behaves like Nazis it is the ultra rightwing tabloid press in the UK (and Murdoch who encourages this kind of insensitive crap to make a quick buck).
What I do find sad is finding this quoted and discussed on here.
I am not saying I find Stephen offensive - but I do find the idea of "The Fourth Reich" and comparison's to Hilter offensive given everything the Third Reich stood for and did. It is not only offensive to the countless people who were slaughtered (and not just the Jews, many other groups also faced a form of eugenic genocide) but also the implication that today's Germans haven't learned the lessons from their own history - they are more educated about what went on in WW II than almost any other nation and have laws specifically making it illegal to deny the atrocities took place.
Comparing removing the Facebook Like button to Hitler's Germany is plainly ridiculous and only serves to trivialise an horrendous piece of history that some families still struggle to come to terms with.
Sorry just my 2p - please let's move on!