Inspired by Nietzsche, the architect <strong>Philip Johnson</strong> went to Berlin to understand both art and power. There he marveled at blond boys in black leather paying homage to Hitler

Inspired by Nietzsche, the architect Philip Johnson went to Berlin to understand both art and power. There he marveled at blond boys in black leather paying homage to
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Inspired by Nietzsche, the architect Philip Johnson went to Berlin to understand both art and power. There he marveled at blond boys in black leather paying homage to Hitler

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