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Vienna Nazi art show seeks to address WWII legacy


An exhibition of Nazi paintings and sculptures by predominantly Austrian artists in Vienna is aiming to shed light on the politics of art under the Third Reich -- one of the latest ways in which the capital is seeking to address its complicated war-era past.

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