Hitler’s private collection

Published March 1, 2012 by Tony

Hitler fave paintings

Reminiscences of Stalingrad

One of the most beloved painting by Hitler has been found in the convent of Doksany, 31 miles from Prague, along with others six paintings, as part of Hitler’s private collection that was believed lost.
“Reminiscences of Stalingrad”, painting by Franz Eichhorst in 1943, portraying a German soldier wounded and defeated with a few fellow soldiers hiding in a trench near Stalingrad, is the most valuable and preferred by the Führer. Among the paintings also found the painting by German Paul Herrmann “Curfew for soldiers during the holidays in Nuremberg”, and “End” by Armin Reumann.

Curfew for soldiers during the holidays in Nuremberg

End

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