Anti-Tobacco campaign of the Nazis

September 28, 2007 at 8:08 pm (Uncategorized)

During World War II, there was an anti-tobacco campaign of the Nazis in the 1940’s. Germany wanted to ban all form of tobacco: ban on smoking in public areas, ban on advertising, restrictions on tobacco rations for women. All these bans for racial and bodily purity! In 1930’s Germany had the strongest antismoking movement on the world.

Germany created also journal of the German anti-tobacco movement.



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