Category Archives: Art & Culture

LOST ARTS OF THE THIRD REICH

If it was not for the hard work of The Ethnic-European’s researchers the Reich Renaissance would have been buried out of sight by the military victors of World War II.  Every cache in the world, especially those of the Soviet archives, has been searched for hidden gems. These include The Art of Adolf Hitler, for the German chancellor’s paintings fetch far more than does the art of modernist painters like Pablo Picasso.

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TO EVERY AGE ITS GIANTS

Herbert von Karajan (5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) is regarded as the greatest ever orchestral conductor. A consummate musician, Karajan was simultaneously one of the most versatile and accomplished sportsmen of all time.  His youthful passion for mountain climbing and fast motorcycles resulted in a number of spectacular accidents which blighted his health throughout his life.  His spinal injuries and broken ankle were the results of a 25 meter fall when rock climbing as a twelve year old.

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