German Students Promote Action Against Un-German Spirit

German Students Promote Action Against Un-German Spirit

1933 May 10 Berlin Book Burning
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The Main Office for Press and Propaganda of the German Student Association announces that there will be a nationwide "Action against the Un-German Spirit".

This will lead to a "cleansing" (Säuberung) by fire of that which is un-German — in this case, it means burning books. In the future, it will mean burning people.



1933 Nazi Book Burnings

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