The Woman Who Sold Her Soul For Art

Zugspitze Massif, The highest mountain in Germany, by Herbert Reiger, CC, From Wikipedia

Much has come out of the 20th Century — two world wars, rockets, speedy international communication, electricity, a rich and diverse panoply of international art and literature, Joseph Stalin, and of course, Adolph Hitler, who begat 1930’s German dancer, actress, producer and filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl. Much has been written about Riefenstahl, who passed away at the age of 101 in 2003, and there is much more to write about…

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