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visual art

During the years of the Nazi regime, World War II, and the Holocaust, both professional and amateur artists created many different types of visual art to document events, express emotions, and spread propaganda. From sketches and cartoons to maps and paintings, visual artworks are uniquely valuable primary source materials that reflect the experiences of their creators.

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