German Chancellor Adolf Hitler’s Artistic Education, Hitler’s Views Upon the Problems of the Art Industry While Imprisoned, Hitler’s Affinity for Architecture, and Hitler Diverting Finances During World War II to Preserve Architecture

Adolf Hitler attempted to be a water colorist painter and attended art school before dropping out and becoming a politician as he was fascinated by artwork and architecture. Hitler harbored deep distain for modern art. While in prison for attempting to challenge the German socialist political party in power at the time, Hitler wrote a manuscript which served as a blueprint for a new kind of German society, and in it he described modern art as a toxic moral plague upon society, sent by Russian co...

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