Adolf Hitler, left, shakes hands with 12-year-old Alfred Czech, a Hitler Youth soldier.
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The Dutch national institute for wartime documentation said Saturday it has been given a rare watercolour painting by Adolf Hitler, believed to be the only one in existence in The Netherlands.It was donated earlier this year to the NIOD, originally set up just after World War II to create a national archive of documents relating to the 1940-45 Nazi occupation of The Netherlands.The Netherlands was occupied for around five years by the Nazis, who carried out a reign of terror, including deporting more than 100,000 Jews to death camps such as Auschwitz and Sobibor where they were murdered.Neither the NIOD, nor experts knew of any other of Hitler's artworks in The Netherlands, it said.
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