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On the Right to Resist! Then and Now

The book Postcards to Hitler: A German Jew’s Defiance in a Time of Terror tells the story of my grandfather Benno Neuburger who, during the period from September 20, 1941 to February 28, 1942, placed at least 14 postcards in the mail in Munich denouncing Adolf Hitler as a mass murderer and warning of a potential genocide of millions of Jews.

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Benno and his wife Anna, an older couple, were evicted from their Munich apartment in March 1942 and placed in a transit camp called Milbertshofen.

Shortly after arriving at the camp Benno was arrested and…

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