Did Hitler Draw Disney Fan Art?

William Hakvaag, the director of a war museum in Norway, said that he had found drawings of Disney character drawn by Hitler!

He found coloured cartoons of the characters Bashful and Doc from the 1937 Disney film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which were signed A.H., and an unsigned sketch of Pinocchio as he appeared in the 1940 Disney film.

Hitler tried to make a living as an artist before his rise to power. While there was no independent confirmation yesterday that the drawings were the work of the Nazi leader, Hitler is known to have owned a copy of Snow White, the classic animated adaptation of a German fairy tale, and to have viewed it in his private cinema.

Mr Hakvaag, who said he had performed tests on the paintings which suggested that they dated from 1940, said: "I am 100 per cent sure that these are drawings by Hitler. If one wanted to make a forgery, one would never hide it in the back of a picture, where it might never be discovered."

The initials on the sketches, and the signature on the painting, matched other copies of Hitler's handwriting, he claimed.

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The painting was signed "A Hitler", not "The Hitler".

If these were by Adolf, I think this shows he chose the right profession.
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In my fascination with this subject matter, I have come across claims that Hitler was incapable of drawing human figures. Perhaps he traced them or perhaps I was given a bum steer.
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