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1933: Burning of books  
Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels: "Consign everything un-German to the fire, against class conflict and materialism, for people, community, and idealistic living standards. I hand over the writings of Karl Marx and Kautsky to the fire."

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On 10 May 1933, pyres were burning in a lot of towns and cities in Germany. What went up in flames on that day?
  Jewish religious writings
  Books considered as un-German
  Pamphlets calling for resistance to the Nazi regime