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None of your libraries hold this item. Found at these bookshops Searching - please wait Every artist had to apply for membership on presentation of an Aryan certificate. A rejected inscription de facto resulted in an occupational ban.
Headed by Goebbels himself, a state secretary of his ministry served as vice president:. SS officer Hans Hinkel was one of the officers in charge of the chamber and Goebbels' special commissioner for the removal of Jews from German cultural life. Different subdivisions of the RKK dealt with music , visual arts, film , architecture, and literature, organized in seven departments:.
The RKK was ultimately dissolved and its assets confiscated by Law no. Attendance was measured in the millions perhaps largely because entrance was free , and the so-called degenerate art may have been more popular with the public than the Nazis anticipated.
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Goebbels had supported German expressionists until Hitler intervened and expressed his disgust at artists such as Max Liebermann and Emil Nolde. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Referent des Ministers Karl Hanke is in the background Holocaust Encyclopedia.