Nazism Was Slowly Nursed in Germany, Says Hirschfeld

“The death of Von Hindenburg is a reminder that the Nazi movement did not sweep Germany, coming like an avalanche out of a blue sky, but that it was carefully nursed by certain interests which sought to profit by it,” says Gerhard Hirschfeld, in an article on “Germany After Hindenburg” in the current America, Catholic monthly.

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