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.)

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