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    February 4, 2016

    Watercolors by Hitler Go to Auction in Nuremberg

    Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ
    4th February, 2016

    In Nuremberg, Germany, where more than half a century ago the historic trial of Nazi war criminals took place, paintings by Adolf Hitler are now being sold. The auction exhibited watercolors by the Nazi leader, where landscapes and still lifes are common.

    Everyone knows that in his youth, Hitler was fond of painting and even tried to enter the Vienna art Academy, but failed. Experts say that Hitler's paintings have no artistic value.

    However, earlier, one of the such auctions had a painting by the Nazi leader, which sold for €100,000. The happy owner of the picture by the main killer of the twentieth century was a Chinese buyer.

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