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The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936
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World Responses — John Heartfield (1891-1968)
German artist John Heartfield's “Program of the Olympics” from the November 1935 issue of <i>Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung</i> (Workers' Illustrated Newspaper) satirizes the Nazi regime by listing fictional Olympic events. This newspaper was published by leftist German expatriates in Prague, Czechslovakia.
German artist John Heartfield's “Program of the Olympics” from the November 1935 issue of Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung (Workers' Illustrated Newspaper) satirizes the Nazi regime by listing fictional Olympic events. This newspaper was published by leftist German expatriates in Prague, Czechslovakia.
—USHMM #14928/The Heartfield Community of Heirs, (c) 1996 Artists Rights Society, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
German artist John Heartfield's "Program of the Olympics" from the November 1935 issue of Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung (Workers' Illustrated Newspaper) satirizes the Nazi regime by listing fictional Olympic events. This newspaper was published by leftist German expatriates in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

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