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Chair from the Reichstag Building
Chair burned and etched

Origin

The Reichstag (Building)

Type

Chair with charred spots

Effects

Can reduce a person to ash.

Downsides

Radiates heat when in contact with negatively charged energy/emotions.

Activation

Sitting

Collected by

K. Mattel

Section

Nero-637H

Aisle

27189-29871

Shelf

12781-18266-98726

Date of Collection

October 12th, 1947

[Source]


Origin Edit

The Reichstag fire was an arson attack on the Reichstag building, home of the German parliament in Berlin, on Monday 27 February 1933, precisely four weeks after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany.

Hitler's government stated that Marinus van der Lubbe, a Dutch council communist, was the culprit, and it attributed the fire to communist agitators. A German court decided later that year that Van der Lubbe had acted alone, as he had claimed. The day after the fire, the Reichstag Fire Decree was passed. The Nazi Party used the fire as a pretext to claim that communists were plotting against the German government, which made the fire pivotal in the establishment of Nazi Germany.

This surviving chair from the Reichstag fire was imbued with the power to reduce a person to ash.

Effects Edit

When sat in, the chair can reduce a person to ash without incinerating the victim and when around negative emotions, the chair radiates heat.

Collection Edit

Collected by K. Mattel on October 12th, 1947 out of post WWII Berlin, Germany.

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