The kids are watching
How a stubborn adherence to values inspired another generation.
Eighty-eight years ago this weekend, Germany voted to ratify Adolph Hitler’s rise to power.
Hitler claimed a 90 percent victory. Supposedly, 95 percent of all German voters participated.
The first part of today’s newsletter is about a German baker who did not participate.
His name was Hermann Schnuerle. He lived in a little town called Calw in the Black Fo…
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