Researchers with access to a vast, and formerly sealed, Nazi archive have learned that in 1933 Berlin there were at least 220 "terror sites," or places where the SA and SS tortured, killed and enslaved opponents. This photo, at the Koepenick Prison memorial, shows one site, a restaurant, inside which the paramilitaries persecuted Nazi enemies.
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