Kristallnacht An event associated with the old Munich city hall that has forever left its mark on the history of human development. Everyone knows that during WWII, the Nazis brutally persecuted and exterminated the Jews as a nation. On the night of November 9-10, 1938, a wave of well-coordinated pogroms swept through Nazi Germany. The robberies were committed by sympathetic military detachments and individual citizens. The attacks exclusively targeted Jewish media and synagogues. All the windows in the shops and buildings were smashed, the shop windows were shattered. The reason for such massive destruction was the attack by a young Polish Jew on a German diplomat working at the German Embassy in France. This attempt was perceived by the Nazi leaders as an attack against the Führer himself. This precedent became the starting point for the persecution and persecution of the Jews. And the corridors of the Old City Hall are the place where, according to historical documents, Hitler and his associates worked on the details of this operation. The old city hall and the war The Nazis certainly gave Munich's old city hall a bad name. During the war, the tower suffered severe damage. In 1944, the tower and the main building of the City Hall were completely destroyed by bombs, which dropped allied aircraft into the area. After the end of the war, ten years later, the restoration of the Old Town Hall building began. The famous architect Erwin Schleich took over this business.