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Calls for Nazi art in Munich to be taken down

A work by Nazi painter Adolf Ziegler hangs in Munich's Pinakothek museum, and German artist Georg Baselitz says it should be removed. Ziegler persecuted Jewish and "degenerate" artists under Hitler.

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