The Munich Post

Discussions on all aspects of the resistance in Europe during the WW2 and the immediate post-war period, against Nazi rule in Germany & the occupied counties as well as against the Allied forces.
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The Munich Post

Postby newanimal » 17 Mar 2009 16:43

I am trying to find information on the Anti Nazi paper "The Munich Post". I know that once Hitler took power, the offices were raided and all of their opertations were destroyed.

I'm curious as to what happened to the writers of the paper (i.e. Martin Gruber, Erhard Auer, Edmund Goldschagg, Julius Zerfass). There were hauled off to camps, but I don't know when or when or who died there. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.

P.S. I got these names from Ron Rosenbaum's Explaining Hitler. :)

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Re: The Munich Post

Postby ntucker » 01 May 2009 05:31

Hi -

I am also very interested in the Munich Post, and the articles written by its reporters and editors before Hitler's election to Chancellor.

Do any of those articles remain? Did anyone hold on to copies of that paper? Is it available somewhere?

thank you, tucker parsons

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