Another Reich This 1943 painting by Adolf Reich is called The Greater Sacrifice. Like Hitler, Reich was born in Austria. He traveled throughout Europe, exhibiting in numerous places. After the war, Reich returned to Salzburg. Paintings form an important part of the collection, which contains some 600 exhibits and 400 photos and posters. Nazi art often took a dual approach: it made the masses feel a part of their movement while excluding its enemies, such as Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals and the disabled.