Prussian Interior Minister Grzesinski Lifts Ban on Hitler Speaking in Prussia

Prussian Interior Minister Grzesinski Lifts Ban on Hitler Speaking in Prussia

Albert Grzesinski
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Albert Grzesinski, Interior Minister in Prussia, lifts the ban on Adolf Hitler speaking in Prussia. The ban has been in place in September, 1925. His predecessor, Carl Severing, objects to this decision, but Grzesinski says that the Nazi Party is no longer of any significance, so there's no danger in letting Hitler speak in public again.

After the Nazis sieze power, Albert Grzesinski will have his citizenship revoked and will be forced to flee the country.

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