The Bebelplatz (formerly Opernplatz) in Berlin

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Nazi Propaganda Minister Josef Goebbels made Bebelplatz (then called ''Opernplatz'') infamous on 10th May 1933, when he used the square across from Humboldt University to burn 20,000 books by "immoral" authors of whom the Nazis did not approve. Their list included Thomas and Heinrich Mann, Arnold Zweig, Kurt Tucholsky and Sigmund Freud. Today a monument is the reminder, though it blames Nazi students for the episode. When entering the square it's easy to miss the monument. Look dead centre: the
Address: Opernplatz

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