By Sven Felix Kellerhoff
Den model des Reichstages am 27. Februar 1933 nutzten die Nazis virtuos, um ihre Diktatur zu errichten. Aber haben sie ihn deshalb auch selbst angesteckt? Darüber wird seit seventy five Jahren erbittert gestritten. Wer in dem Holländer Marinus van der Lubbe den alleinigen Täter sieht, wird von jenen, die an eine Verschwörung der Nazis glauben, als "Anhänger der Gestapo-Theorie" geschmäht. Unter Einbeziehung des nach der Wiedervereinigung zugänglichen Archivmaterials schildert Kellerhoff unvoreingenommen die historischen Ereignisse und die Hintergründe der späteren Debatten.
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