IKEA'S founder Ingvar Kamprad is many things. He's a billionaire. He's a frugal shopper. And according to a new book, he's also in denial about his Nazi past.
Author Elisabeth Asbrink says Mr Kamprad was such an enthusiastic supporter of the Swedish Nazi party that he recruited new members and "missed no opportunity to work for the movement".
She claims the 85-year-old's youthful ties with Nazi groups extended beyond what he has admitted, saying Sweden's intelligence agency even set up a file on him.