Censorship to the "other side" culture

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viriato
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Censorship to the "other side" culture

Post by viriato » 15 Aug 2003 18:36

I would like to know what happened in WW2 to the listening of music, both classical and contemporanious, and viewing of theatre and cinema in the belligerent countries of what was produced by authors of the "other side". The same goes to what was possible to read in public libraries and to what was published during those years. As an example was it possible in Germany to listen to Tchaikovsky or see a play of Shakespeare? And what about the UK, the USA and the USSR? Was it possible to buy a book of Goethe or go for a play of Schiller or listening to a symphony Beethoven?

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