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Freestanding diptych iconic panels; mixed media collage on 4 sides with archival photos stored in a fitted presentation box.

This artifact is created around the photo of German soldiers surrendering to an African-American GI at the end of WWII. It makes a mockery of Hitler’s sacred national image of the invincible, white male, Aryan warrior.

In official Nazi ideology, Jews and Roma, aka gypsies, were “vermin” to be exterminated; Slavs were a “slave race” to be used for manual labor; and Negroes were considered “animals” of no consequence.

Presentation Box: 11.75” (L) x 1” (D) x 14.75” (H); 2 Panels: 11” (L) X 14” (H)

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