The Story of Fascism: Hitler’s Anti-Intellectualism

Hitler systematically silenced the free press, intellectuals, and universities. He called complicated modern art “degenerate,” and he banned all books that questioned his agenda — as well as the writings of psychologists, left-wing thinkers, and Jewish authors.

The Story of Fascism: Hitler’s Anti-Intellectualism

Hitler systematically silenced the free press, intellectuals, and universities. He called complicated modern art “degenerate,” and he banned all books that questioned his agenda — as well as the writings of psychologists, left-wing thinkers, and Jewish authors.(This clip is excerpted from my new one-hour special “Rick Steves’ The Story of Fascism in Europe.” Check your local listings for air times — and if you don’t see it, please ask your public television station to add it to their schedule.)

Posted by Rick Steves on Friday, September 7, 2018

 

This clip is excerpted from my new one-hour special “Rick Steves’ The Story of Fascism in Europe.” Check your local listings for air times — and if you don’t see it, please ask your public television station to add it to their schedule.

 

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