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Vienna examines its WWII legacy with exhibition of art created under Nazi regime

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In Vienna's MUSA, the exhibition aims to shed light on the politics of art under the Third Reich.

Added on the 05/01/2022 16:33:16 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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