From The New York Times:
Three of the elder statesmen of comic books — Neal Adams, Joe Kubert and Stan Lee … are lending their talents to tell the tale of Dina Gottliebova Babbitt,
who survived two years at the Auschwitz concentration camp by painting
watercolor portraits for the infamous Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele. Some of
the artwork also survived, but it is in the possession of the
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in Poland. Now 85 and living in
California, Mrs. Babbitt wants the artwork back, but the museum has
steadfastly refused to return it.
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