The cruel punishments of Adolf Hitler against those who read prohibited books in World War II



Mario escobar, historian and bestselling writer, picks up the phone vivacious. It is the usual thing for an author who, in general, does not stop his activity for a minute; neither day nor night. There is only one exception: the summer holidays that, he confesses, he enjoys these days. That ‘reset’ that we all need and that, in his case, is vital to return with more force if possible to his seven hours of daily writing. It had been a long time since we spoke to him to discuss the Second World War, that theme that has earned him so much revenue. But the good always comes back. After diving into Auschwitz and entering the French Resistance, now it is the turn of the List Eight


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