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Works of Banned Jewish Composers Found in Hitler’s Collection at Berchtesgaden

The works of Jewish composers, whose compositions would not be played in Germany during the Nazi regime, were in the record collection Hitler at his Berchtesgaden retreat, according to Allied correspondents.

Radio Luxembourg quotes the correspondents as stating that they found albums music by Felix Mendelssohn, Jacques Offenbach and Karl Goldmark in Hitler’s music album.