These Places in Berlin Recall the Nazi Era | Memorial Sites for the Victims of Nazism

30 January 1933, marked a turning point in German history. It was the day that Adolf Hitler was appointed German Chancellor. Once in power, Hitler swiftly abolished Germany’s democracy, installing himself as a ruthless dictator. World War II, begun by the Nazis, caused widespread destruction throughout Europe, leading to millions of deaths. Today, numerous memorial sites in Berlin commemorate the tremendous suffering causing by the Nazis during this time
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