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  • Title: Harmful and Undesirable: Book Censorship in Nazi Germany
  • Author: Guenter Lewy
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  • Page: 454
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  • Harmful and Undesirable: Book Censorship in Nazi Germany By Guenter Lewy Like every totalitarian regime, Nazi Germany tried to control intellectual freedom by censoring books Between 1933 and 1945, the Hitler regime orchestrated a massive campaign to take control of all forms of communication In 1933, there were 90 book burnings in 70 German cities Indeed, Werner Schlegel, an official in the Ministry of Propaganda, called the book burnings Like every totalitarian regime, Nazi Germany tried to control intellectual freedom by censoring books Between 1933 and 1945, the Hitler regime orchestrated a massive campaign to take control of all forms of communication In 1933, there were 90 book burnings in 70 German cities Indeed, Werner Schlegel, an official in the Ministry of Propaganda, called the book burnings a symbol of the revolution In later years, the regime used less violent means of domination It pillaged bookstores and libraries and prosecuted uncooperative publishers and dissident authors.In Harmful and Undesirable, Guenter Lewy analyzes the various strategies that the Nazis employed to enact censorship and the government officials who led the attack on a free intellectual life, including Martin Bormann, Philipp Bouhler, Joseph Goebbels, and Alfred Rosenberg The Propaganda Ministry played a leading role in the censorship campaign, supported by an array of organizations at both the state and local levels Because of the many overlapping jurisdictions and organizations, censorship was disorderly and erratic.Beyond the implementation of censorship, Lewy describes the plight of authors, publishers, and bookstores who clashed with the Nazi regime Some authors were imprisoned Others, such as Gottfried Benn, Werner Bergengruen, Gerhart Hauptmann, Ernst J nger, Jochen Klepper, and Ernst Wiechert, became controversial inner emigrants who chose to remain in Germany Some of them criticized the Nazi regime through allegories and parables Ultimately, Lewy paints a fascinating portrait of intellectual life under the Nazi dictatorship, detailing the dismal fate of those who were caught in the wheels of censorship.
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    Kusaimamekirai
    Sometime earlier this year, I had come across an article about a Congressman in Arkansas who introduced legislation to ban the works of noted historian Howard Zinn from all Arkansas public schools Not content to ban only Zinn, the language in the bill would also ban any book that referenced Zinn s work The bill predictably failed, as no doubt the Congressman had expected, but the gesture was made.What is one to think of a society that in 2017 with the chilling battles with censorship it has foug [...]

    The Jewish Book Council
    Nazi propaganda doubtlessly equated being Jewish with being un German, but an unexpected complication came with banning Jewish books Review by Jack Fischel for the Jewish Book Council.

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