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Göring and Hitler touring the House of German Art museum, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937; Professor Ziegler seen speaking with Hitler

Caption     Göring and Hitler touring the House of German Art museum, Munich, Germany, 18 Jul 1937; Professor Ziegler seen speaking with Hitler ww2dbase
Photographer    Unknown
Source    ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archives
Identification Code   Bild 183-C10110
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Photos on Same Day 18 Jul 1937
Added By C. Peter Chen

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
24 Nov 2014 04:16:18 PM


Berlin - A watercolor painted by Adolf Hitler of Munich's old City Hall a century ago, sold for
130,00 euros about $162,000 dollars. It is one of the 2,000 paintings made by Hitler.


The painting includes an original bill of sale
and a letter signed by Hitler's adjutant Albert Bormann, brother of Hitler's secret secretary Martin Bormann.


After World War II a number of Hitler's paintings
were captured by American and Allied Forces, some
of this captured material is still held by the U.S. Government.
Other paintings remain in private collections and
others have surfaced over the decades in 2009
fifteen of Hitler' painting sold for $120,000 dollars and one painting sold for $42,300 dollars


Did you know you can even buy most of Hitler's
paintings as reproductions that are printed as posters or framed prints.


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