The Courtyard of the Old Residenz in Munich', 1914. Adolf Hitler often claimed to be a frustrated artist, and art was one of his major interests throughout his life. He produced many paintings, predominantly landscapes, postcard scenes and urban views, and there was a considerable market for his work during the Third Reich. This example of his work was reproduced in a coffee table book about Hitler published during the Third Reich, millions of copies of which were printed. By 1938 Hitler had decided to prohibit reproductions of his paintings. Artist Adolf Hitler. (Photo by Art Media/The Print Collector/Getty Images)
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January 29th, 2021
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