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‘They were survivors’: the Jewish cartoonists who fled the Nazis – The Guardian

A new exhibition celebrates the work of three Austrian artists who escaped their country as Nazis took over and created daring work in the years after

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ArtA new exhibition celebrates the work of three Austrian artists who escaped their country as Nazis took over and created daring work in the years after
In 1938, Nazi troops invaded Austria, subsuming the country into the Third Reich in an event known as the Anschluss, bringing official antisemitism, along with political violence, to the small, German-speaking nation.
A new exhibition in New York features artworks by three Jewish artists who fled Vienna during the Anschluss, survived and flourished…

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