Someone Want To Make Lots Of Money From Hitler’s Painting Of Munich’s City Hall
These are photographs of the painting The Old City Hall. It was, apparently, paintred by Adolf Hitler, a figure chiefly famous for industrial-sized mass murder. It’s for sale. Buyers will also get a letter signed by Hitler’s adjutant Albert Bormann, brother of the better-known Martin Bormann in Nuremberg, Germany. The 100-year-old watercolor of Munich’s city hall is expected to fetch at least 50,000 euros (US$ 60,000) at auction this weekend.
One question: why?
Is it an investment? Real ghouls will surely want a piece of his hair or the socks he wore pulled smartly up to his knees when planning genocide.
A painting by Hitler has the same value as Pol Pot’s old tambourine or Stalin’s collection of snow globes.