Adolph Hitler’s five paintings will be auctioned in Germany’s Nuremberg city, this has created an outrage among the people. Nuremberg city mayor Ulrich Mali condemned the auction and called it ‘bad’.
The items which will be auctioned include a picture of the mountainous river, whose starting price is close to $ 51,000 and the lancet made of a cane, which is the sign of the Swastika.
It is believed that this lighthouse was from the Nazi dictator. It is worth mentioning that the days of Hitler paintings auctioned artifacts, it is a resentment that people who want to buy a high price for artwork related to the Nazi history of the country. Public display of Nazi symbolism in Germany is illegal but this can be an exception in academic and historical contexts.