Wednesday: "Banned and Burned: Literary Censorship and the Loss of Freedom"

Arts and CultureNazi PartyRay BradburyErnest Hemingway
In 1933, university students in Nazi Germany burned thousands of books by the likes of Helen Keller and Ernest Hemingway as a means of "cleansing" the "un-German" spirit from German culture. The Nazi's early suppression provoked an immediate reaction from the United States, as will be shown... Courtesy
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