Luitpold Adam

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Luitpold Adam (1888–1950) was a German painter

Adam was an official war artist during the First World War; and he was chosen by Adolf Hitler to be the head of the Nazi war artist program in the Second World War.[1] In 1944, the number of war artists working under him numbered 80.[2]

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  1. ^ McCloskey, Barbara. (2005). Artists of World War II, p. 50.
  2. ^ Evans, Richard J. (2009). The Third Reich at War, p. 586., p. 586, at Google Books

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