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Not too long after that infamous day when Hitler was sworn into power in the offices of Paul Von Hindenburg, this article hit the newsstands in North America about the new mood that was creeping across Germany:

"At no time since the war - not even during the occupation of the Ruhr - it is said, has there been so much militarist and nationalist propaganda in Germany as there is now."

"Anti-militarist newspapers, it appears, are afraid, in Berlin at least, to raise their voice in protest because of the continual and ruinous suspensions by the authorities..."

Read about the most popular marching and drinking songs in Nazi Germany - some of them were mandatory: click here.

     


The Fascist Mojo in Germany (Literary Digest, 1933)

The Fascist Mojo in Germany (Literary Digest, 1933)

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