WHO RULES OUR THOUGHTS?

LITERATURE AND BOOKS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

Visiting the library, you find the book you were looking for was removed from the shelves. The librarian tells you that reading it is now prohibited.
The films at the cinema are replaced with new films that you have never heard of, with unknown actors.
There are other voices than those you are accustomed to hearing on the radio, and newspapers have different headers.
The museum of art in your city has taken down the pictures that had previously hung there. They are now prohibited and new art is hung up in their place.

This happened in Europe from 1933 to 1945.

What thoughts and ideas were prohibited? And what groups of people were persecuted and in danger of extermination?

Here you will meet five people who represent some aspects of this story.