Art: Critic Hitler

State art in Germany last Sunday received its clearest marching orders since the Nazis came to power in 1933. In Munich for the opening of a new House of German Art, 30,000 Nazis packed into the huge square on the Prinzregenten-Strasse to hear onetime Water-Colorist Adolf Hitler shout:

"Works of art that cannot be understood but need a swollen set of instructions to prove their right to exist and find their way to neurotics . . . will no longer find the road by which they can reach the German nation open. ......

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