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German Historical Museum breaks taboos with exhibition on Hitler | Culture & Lifestyle | Deutsche Welle | 14.10.2010

Billboards with eye-catching images are among museums' favorite advertising strategies, but when it comes to a major exhibition on Hitler in the German capital, the posters are heavy on text and contain no pictures of the Third Reich's dictator.

Nonetheless, the German Historical Museum is breaking new ground with its "Hitler and the Germans - Nation and Crime," which opens Friday. The exhibition is the first to focus specifically on the relationship between Hitler and the German people during the Nazi period, and it breaks with convention in Germany by putting Hitler at the center.

by In Wales (inwales aaat eurotrib.com) on Thu Oct 14th, 2010 at 11:40:50 AM EST
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