By Bailey Anderson
Hitler's Love for Art
- Denied from art school... twice.
- Loved to watercolor paint and admired many other works of art.
- Also had an interest in architecture.
The Stealing of Artifacts
- Stole anything from paintings to church bells
- About 5 million artifacts stolen across Europe.
- He stole from churches, universities, and private collections.
- Stole paintings by Picasso, daVinci, and Michelangelo.
- Any items stolen were either publically burned, hidden (mostly in mines), or were used as decorations in Nazi leaders' homes.
- Obviously angry for being rejected from art school
- Most importantly he wanted to remove past German history and rewrite it.
- Any interests he had before becoming a leader turned into interest of power.
Who were the Monuments Men?
- These people were museum directors, art scholars, and artists.
- Made up of about 345 men and women.
- Job was to save German culture.
The Monuments Men | The Movie
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