Wikipedia. Conducting itself aside, he stayed in Germany during the Nazi period, though he was no supporter. However, he seems to have been somewhat co-opted; it's apparently an ongoing historical controversy.
Oh, here's a dramatization of Furtwängler's denazification process by the US starring Harvey Keitel and Stellan Skarsgård:
Sutcliff wrote in a foreword that she created the story from two elements: the disappearance of the Legio IX Hispana (Ninth Legion) from the historical record following an expedition north to deal with Caledonian tribes in 117; and the discovery of a wingless Roman eagle in excavations at Calleva Atrebatum(Silchester). The Museum of Reading, which now houses the Silchester eagle, states that it "is not a legionary eagle but has been immortalized as such by Rosemary Sutcliff". It may originally have formed part of a Jupiter statue in the forum of the Roman town. Sutcliff also assumed that the legion's title of "Hispana" meant that it was raised in Hispania (now Spain and Portugal), but it was probably awarded this title for victories there. At the time Sutcliff wrote, it was a plausible theory that the unit had been wiped out in Britain during a period of unrest early in the reign of the Emperor Hadrian(AD 117–138). Scholarly opinion…
This is how you write a lead paragraph: TWO COMPETING VALUES are at work in a coming primary challenge against oil-and-gas-backed Democrat Henry Cuellar, announced last week by Justice Democrats, the group that recruited Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., to run for office. On the one hand, a new report concluded that if the U.S. proceeds on its current course of drilling — which Cuellar has emphatically supported — humanity will crash through its remaining climate guardrails and risk lurching into apocalyptic warming scenarios. On the other hand, Cuellar is a really nice guy, and primaries are awfully divisive. Read the rest here for more insight into the priorities of the Deeply Rational Adults in the Room.
Boy, are those liberal/democratic socialists a bunch of irresponsible fools, or what? See you at the Harvard Club!