(by editorial staff, DW, December 4, 2019)
The Bavarian State Library has returned over 200 books stolen from Freemasons by the Nazis over 80 years ago. The library said it is facing up to the responsibility of its cooperation with the Nazi party.
The Bavarian State Library returned 203 books to the German Freemason Museum that were stolen by the Nazis in the 1930s on Wednesday.
“The books are coming home and will be able to be used and remain alive here,” said Roland Martin Hank, curator of the German Masonic Museum in Bayreuth.
The library was prepared to face up to…