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A German auction house has been forced to pull several paintings attributed to Adolf Hitler just days before they were due to be put up for sale.

This Saturday, Auktionhaus Weidler in Nuremberg, Germany, was set to auction off 31 drawings and watercolor landscapes attributed to the Nazi dictator. But on Wednesday, they announced that “some of the pictures have to be canceled due to a review.

A press release from the auction house insisted “this does not necessarily mean that they are forgeries.”

To read more on Fox News:

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