When books were burned in Germany | DW | 10.05.2018
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Eighty-five years ago, fires fueled with literature labeled "un-German" by the Nazi regime burned across the country. Many students enthusiastically joined in the act at the time.
  
Indiana Jones, The Last Crusade wrote:
[Nazi Colonel Vogel is torturing Henry to get answers]

Colonel Vogel: Tell me about this miserable little diary of yours. The book is useless and yet you come all the way back to Berlin to get it. Why?

[he slaps Henry in the face with his glove]

Colonel Vogel: Why?

[he slaps him again]

Colonel Vogel: What are you hiding?

[he slaps him again]

Colonel Vogel: What does the diary tell you that it doesn't tell us?

[he tries to slap him again; Henry grabs his wrist, stopping him]

Professor Henry Jones: [through his teeth] It tells me, that goose-stepping morons like yourself should try *reading* books instead of *burning* them!


That goes double for students. (Stern teacher's glare shoots over the top of glasses, honed after years of practice) ;-)