Memorial in memory of the burning of books

Memorial in memory of the burning of books

The ‘Memorial in memory of the burning of books’ in Berlin, Germany is a library that is built underground. It is not accessible to the public, and can only be viewed through a glass plate that shows enough empty bookcases to hold 20,000 books, the amount burned in a book-burning event on May 10, 1933.

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