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Following Germany's loss in World War I and the failed November Revolution of 191819, Bavaria's conservative administration associated Jews with left-wing extremism. Synagogues were attacked, and Jews were physically assaulted in the streets, as Munich became a hotbed of right-wing extremism. Adolf Hitler founded the Nazi movement and honed his anti-Semitic beliefs here. Prof. Michael Brenner (American University/University of Munich), LBI International President and distinguished historian, will discuss his latest book, a riveting account of how Bavaria's capital city became a trial ground for Nazism and the Final Solution, on this episode. Prof. Steven Aschheim will join Prof. Brenner in conversation, and the debate will be moderated by Dr. Irene Aue-Ben-David.

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According to Stephan Kramer, general secretary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, publishing the book makes sense in order to prevent neo-Nazis from benefitting from it and to dispel many of its incorrect and persistent misconceptions.

Julian Barlen, co-founder of the anti-Nazi website Endstation Rechts and a Social Democratic politician in the former East German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, called the decision "totally appropriate and long overdue." Anyone who wants to read the book can get a copy nonetheless, he said, and the book's restriction is likely to increase adolescent obsession with Hitler.

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