Nazi Book Burning In Berlin
GERMANY - APRIL 01: In May 1933, German students organized a book burning of "degenerate" books on the Opernplatz in Berlin. In the name of intellectual uniformity, the Nazi government ordered the public burning of all books containing opinions contrary to Nazi ideology. This action symbolized the "purification" of German culture. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
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April 01, 1933
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