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It’s the second day of a new year and as we kick off 2019, Terry Kovel is quoted on the front page of The Washington Post newspaper. In the article titled “History or Hatred? Selling Hitler's Belongings and Nazi Artifacts Stirs a Backlash,” Terry was interviewed as an expert on the antiques market, tackling a discussion about which items of the past, including spoils of war, are worth keeping, which should be preserved and whether some should be consigned to history’s trash heap. Read the article and Terry’s comments here.

A souvenir print depicts the Berghof, Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat at Berchtesgaden. (Eileen Blass/For The Washington Post)


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