Tuesday, June 03, 2008


This Day in the History of Evil

On this day in 1938, the German Reich ordered the confiscation of "degenerate art," by which they meant the good art still in Germany, much of the best of which ended up in Hermann Göring's villa in Berchtesgaden. At least the folks weren't poluted by seeing it.


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