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        It was very interesting and much appreciated to hear the opinion
of a German concerning Ms. Riefenstahl.  Your point of view is quite
interesting, and I suppose much different from what we might think over
here.  Do you have an idea of what the contemporary German thinks about
her now?  Or what is taught about her in schools, colleges, etc. ?  For
instance ARE Germans, today, taught a specific ideology about her work?
CAN the typical German student or non-student separate the woman's work
from the politics?  Or is that impossible?
 
        Thanks, Klaus, for your interesting comments and POV.
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