The Murder Artist

Teachout, Terry
September 2003
Commentary;Sep2003, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p56
Explores German dictator Adolf Hitler's relationships with artists and the arts. Significant effect of Hitler's artistic interests on his political career; Obsession of Hitler with the world of art; Artists who were prepared to make their peace with Nazism.


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