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Karl Wiener and World War II

In the long-forgotten estate of graphic artist Karl Wiener are numerous works that arose during World War II. Between the suffering of the population and the soldiers, he did not shy away from making clear that Hitler and the National Socialists were responsible for this suffering – a rather dangerous activity during the war.
Karl Wiener
around 1941

„Pourquoi?“

Karl Wiener
1940
Karl Wiener
1944

„Schrecken“

Karl Wiener
1939
Karl Wiener
around 1941

„Krieg“

Karl Wiener
1941
Karl Wiener
1940–1941
Karl Wiener
1941
Karl Wiener
1944

„Trauer“

Karl Wiener
around 1940

"Wozu ängstigen?"

Karl Wiener
1943
Karl Wiener
1940–1941