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Description Magdeburger Ehrenmal (Magdeburg cenotaph) from Ernst Barlach, 1929. The sculpture created a great controversy about Barlachs anti-war stance, in opposition to the trends at that time. This is currently in the Cathedral of Magdeburg.
Date 06.07.2004
Author :en-user Chris 73, also User:Chris 73


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