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Ballroom in the Old Town Hall, 1936 and the inscription commemorating the place where the go-ahead was given for the November pogrom.
It was put up on the initiative of Munich’s former Mayor Hans-Jochen Vogel and unveiled in the foyer of the building in November 2000.
Under Wagner's leadership, the Nazi killing institution at Hadamar was established.
After the war at the Nuremberg doctors’ trial, Dr Karl Brandt, former Reichskommissar for Health, testified that “[i]n 1935 Hitler told the Reich Medical Leader, Dr Gerhard Wagner, that, if war came, he would take up and carry out this question of euthanasia because it was easier to do so in wartime when the church would not be able to put up the expected resistance” whilst also providing much-needed hospital space for the wounded.
The roofless Heilig-Geist-Kirche is on the right of the photo and its spire, without the copper top, is behind the church.The Talbruck gate tower had been completely destroyed by 1945 at which time just under 3% of Munich’s buildings remained unscathed from Allied carpet bombing, which had targeted the city centre.Approximately 45% of the city's buildings had been destroyed, including more than 85,000 residential units which meant that 300,000 Munich residents were left homeless.At the Marienplatz the Nazi column encountered a large crowd which was listening to an exhortation of Julius Streicher, the Jew-baiter from Nuremberg, who had rushed to Munich at the first news of the putsch.Not wishing to be left out of the revolution, he cut short his speech and joined the rebels, jumping into step immediately behind Hitler..