NAZI BEERHALLS IN MUNICH

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NAZI BEERHALLS IN MUNICH

Post by Maksym Chornyi » 03 Sep 2019 15:01

NAZI BEERHALLS IN MUNICH

Notwithstanding a little summer ‘off-season’ of general involvement into materials, I continue my GERMAN-2018 series of articles devoted to the Third Reich era, the social life, war crimes, and the Holocaust. This time I want to take you beyond the full-of-cliché understanding of the origins of the Nazi movement and the beer houses in Munich. We will deepen into the social background after the WW1, the Bavarian culture and then walk along five famous beer halls, connected with Hitler and the NSDAP. A selection of historical books (Kershaw, Ulrich, Evans, Toland, Fest, Childers, Shirer), plenty of archival and my own photos, as well as the map, will help us to mind in this topic.

I have also reconsidered my approach to the photos and this article is made in a new format with big pictures rather than a bulk of ones. I would greatly appreciate your feedback here in FB or within a new comment block in the article. Feel free to ask questions, tell your stories about Munich, offer improvements to the content.

https://war-documentary.info/munich-bee ... and-nazis/

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