Controversial Art German Hotelier Lands in Court for Owning Hitler Portrait

A German hotel owner was taken to court after a guest spotted a portrait of Adolf Hitler on his wall. The case was dismissed because the man proved it had been hanging in a private area of the building, and that he had not broken a law which bans displaying images of Hitler in public. The portrait has been confiscated.
The act of publicly displaying portraits of Adolf Hitler is forbidden under German law.

The act of publicly displaying portraits of Adolf Hitler is forbidden under German law.

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