Original Hitlers

April 1952
Time;4/28/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 17, p76
The article reports on the move by German art dealers in late-April 1952 to search for the last 250 theoretically remaining paintings of the late dictator Adolf Hitler. The paintings of Hitler were mostly made during his old days as a house painter. During Hitler's rise to power, the Jewish dealers and collectors who bought his paintings were able to sold them at a high price.


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