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Swedish bailiffs selling paintings by Hitler – expected to be swooped quickly by die-heart Nazis

Monday, 07 November 2011
Swedish debt enforcement Authority will auction off seven paintings allegedly painted by Adolf Hitler.
“If they are true, we expect that they will go for about Skr100 000 each,” says Christer Davidsson, of Malmo’s magistrate's office told Aftonbladet.

The authority says it is unable to take any ethical consideration of how it gets money for unpaid debts.
“It is symbolic and unfortunate that people are making money on these items,” said David Lazar, rabbi at the Jewish Community in Stockholm.

It is expected that the painting will soon be bought fairly quickly especially in southern Sweden, where there are die heart Nazis fully implanted  and many who would want to get their hands of the Fuhrur’s memorabilia.
By Scancomark.se Team


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