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Bayreuther Kreis was a name originally applied by some writers to
devotees of Richard Wagner's music who attended and supported the
annual Bayreuth Festival in the later 19th and early twentieth
centuries. As some of these devotees espoused nationalistic German
politics, and some of them were supporters of Adolf Hitler from the
1920s onwards, this group of people has been associated by some
writers with the rise of Nazism. Later in the Nazi era, as part of
the regime's propaganda intentions of 'Nazifying' German culture,
specific attempts were made to appropriate Wagner's music as 'Nazi'
and pseudo-academic articles appeared such as Paul Bulow's Adolf
Hitler and the Bayreuth Ideological Circle.
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