Photos released by police show a British terror suspect and Hitler-themed beauty pageant contestant posing in front of a Nazi flag.
Alice Cutter, 22, is on trial for being part of the banned National Action movement and the image, taken around June 2017, was shown to the jury at Birmingham Crown Court.
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Other photos shown to the jury feature Cutter posing with guns and knives engraved with Nazi messages.
Cutter allegedly entered the Miss Hitler pageant as the 'Buchenwald Princess' in June 2016, days after MP Jo Cox was murdered by a right-wing extremist, The Guardian reports.
Buchenwald was a Nazi concentration camp, where around 56,000 people died.
The court heard Cutter said in her pageant entry interview women needed to fight against the "hyenas" laughing as women are "raped, beaten, brainwashed and de-feminised en masse".
Her partner Mark Jones is also on trial for being part of the group.
Pictures found on Jones' phone show him posing with guns and posing in a Nazi salute during a visit to Buchenwald.
Cutter has been released on bail but Jones is still in custody.
Prosecutor Barnaby Jameson QC described the group's ideology as warped and twisted. He said the continued existence of such hate would shock most people.
"This case is about a fellowship of hate. A hate so fanatical and a fellowship so defiant that the accused would sooner break the law than break their bonds of hate."