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The war on books and ideas: The California Library Association and anti-communist censorship...
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"On May 10, 1933, German students under the Nazi regime burned tens of thousands of books nationwide. These book burnings marked the beginning of a period of extensive censorship and control of culture in Adolf Hitler's escalating reign of terror.

In this short film, a Holocaust survivor, an Iranian author, an American literary critic, and two Museum historians discuss the Nazi book burnings and why totalitarian regimes often target culture, particularly literature."

Wolkoff, Kathleen Nietzk. 1996.
The problem of Holocaust denial literature in libraries. Library trends 45(1):87-96.

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