In Hitler’s Munich — Jews, the Revolution and the Rise of Nazism

In the aftermath of Germany’s defeat in World War I, the conservative government of Bavaria identified Jews with left-wing radicalism. Munich became a hotbed of right-wing extremism. It was here that Adolf Hitler established the Nazi movement and developed his antisemitic ideas. Michael Brenner discusses how Bavaria’s capital city became the testing ground for Nazism and the Final Solution.

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