Print on artistic paper or metal
45 x 45 cm
by Thomas Dellert
Adolf went to England in the 1920’s
He walked the streets of London, for some time wearing a “ Bowler “ hat and a stick Then he took the train to Brighton for a weekend.
There he visited a cinema one afternoon to see a movie with Charley Chaplin.
Being impressed by both Chaplin and his attraction on women and all other things being part of the British Empire culture Adolf fell completely in envy.
So that afternoon he went straight to the barber shop and told the barber to trim his old-fashioned Kaiser mustache to the more “modern times “ Chaplin version. When later asked why he had such an funny little mustache and that it actually was not making him look better, Adolf answered “When I get famous the mustache will be what people will remember and it will be the famous mustache. He was right and today we call it a Hitler mustache and not a Chaplin one. So he got his revenge on over 60 million peoples dead bodies