Photo Gallery The Nazis Take Berlin

In the mid-1920s, Joseph Goebbels was given the difficult task of fostering support for the still-small Nazi Party in Berlin, "the reddest city in Europe besides Moscow." But, by 1933, a combination of street brutality and political smarts succeeded in catapulting the party past rival parties.
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