War Art of the Third Reich



Germans considered high art to be of critical importance for the folk, so even while the world war raged on, there was a great deal of realistic artwork produced to represent the struggle. It appears that these paintings were done for reasons beyond just propaganda, as these works were not just posters extolling the virtues of soldierly struggle. While these is virtue, heroism, and determination found in the war art, the brutality of battle is also depicted, though not done with graphic gore.

The following pieces were found via NS Europa:


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