Originally Posted by Fang66
The Nazis suppressed it as a degenerate Jewish movement, and it's centre moved to the U.S.? I'm not sure though because I lost interest after Bela Lugosi's Dead.
Basically, so it's hard to mention something from that time period with out it some how finds it's way back to WW1 or WW2.
I can guarantee you 90%< of the European population, has a story regarding WW2, f.ex. my granddad (mothers father) was pronounced dead twice during WW2, as he was working in Berlin as a technician and was on board a train which was bombed, he returned home two years later, where his family had given all his stuff away, as they though he was dead.
My other granddad was shot in the back by freedom fighters, as he was of Austrian/Italian decent and they though he was a Nazi, which he wasn't as he was adopted and a normal family man, the only reason why he survived was that he was shot in back and they mixed up where the heart was placed.
So it's hard make a positive twist on that time period, as it's still a sore subject here.