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A FITTING REQUIEM FOR ADOLF HITLER

Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler had much in common. The first was Italian born yet he liberated and led the French nation. The latter was of Austrian birth but fought for, freed and championed Germany and the German people.  Napoleon put an end to abuses by revolutionaries, early Bolsheviks.  Adolf Hitler, after thwarting a Bolshevik seizure of power, brought an end to the corruption and cruel deprivation caused by the Versailles Treaty terms inflicted upon Germany after World War One.

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BLUT UND BODEN EXPLAINED BY GERRY FREDERICS ART HISTORIAN

First of all, I am much indebted to Gerry Frederics who is rightly classed as the ethno-nationalist expert on fine art in general in National Socialist artworks in particular. For this reason, he takes the podium to explain the true nature of German art both National Socialist and Blud und Boden (Blood and Earth) artworks.

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SCULPTURES OF THE THIRD REICH

The Haus der Deutschen Kunst, a monumental colossus of sandstone and marble, was fashioned after Schinkel’s neo-classical Old Museum in Berlin. The contemporary art museum in Munich is located at Prinzregentenstraße 1 at the southern edge of the Englischer Garten (English Garden), Munich’s largest park. The opening ceremony on July 18, 1937, was preceded by pageants and festivities celebrating Two Thousand Years of German Art, paying tribute to Germanic and Hellenist heritage and honouring Dürer and Cranach as the culmination in German art.

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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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