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Film Series: Roman Vishniac

Published on Dec 27, 2013 by NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale NSU

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Hitler’s Museum: The Secret History of Art Theft During World War II
The chilling historical program examines the secret plan Hitler enacted during the Third Reich to create the largest art collection in Europe at his home in Linz. As Nazi forces began their advance through Europe in 1939, they also began plundering each area of its own precious, ancient, and exceedingly valuable artistic achievements, including the Belgian the Ghent Altar, one particularly treasured artifact that Allied forces went to extreme ends to recover. 103 minutes. $10 per person includes museum admission; free for museum members. Seating is limited. Please RSVP to or (954) 262-0227.

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