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''No I don't think it should go for auction, it should go into a museum but not for sale''

An auctioneer has defended the sale of a Nazi propaganda print from World War II which was origin...

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16.44 18 May 2021


''No I don't think it should go for auction, it should go into a museum but not for sale''


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16.44 18 May 2021


An auctioneer has defended the sale of a Nazi propaganda print from World War II which was originally aimed at promoting recruitment.

The print will be offered for sale by Matthews Auctioneers of Kells, Co Meath, on Saturday with a guide price of between €30 and €50.

Mick Barry, Solidarity & Socialist Party TD for Cork North Central, and Ian O’Doherty, columnist with the Irish Independent joined Kieran on The Hard Shoulder to discuss if its appropriate for Nazi Memorabilia to be auctioned?


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