Books burn as Goebbels speaks Germany, May 10, 1933
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By SZÉKELY BARNA ATTILA VIEWS 17,311
PUBLISHED Mar 31, 2013

In their drive to rid the country of all that they deemed "un-German," the Nazis publically burned books in cities across Germany. Here in front of the Opera House in Berlin, a chanting crowd burns books written by Jews and leftist intellectuals. Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's minister of propaganda and public information, speaks of the intended "reeducation" of Germany.