“The Enigma of Hitler” (1939) – by Salvador Dali (1904-1989); Spain; it is believed that through the canvas the painter expressed his concern about the launch of the Second World War. In the canvas a black broken telephone, hanging from the tree branch, is immediately noticeable, from which blood and tears are shedding. It is assumed that this is the symbol of Hitler\’s and Chamberlain\’s not a very successful meeting and negotiations. Under the telephone an empty plate is seen on which Hitler\’s torn photo and a few beans are pictured. These symbolize the horrors of war and the famine. In the background, on the deserted beach, there are shadows of people, which are the symbols of the dying world.

 “The Enigma of Hitler” (1939) - by Salvador Dali (1904-1989); Spain; it is believed that through the canvas the painter expressed his concern about the launch of the Second World War. In the canvas a black broken telephone, hanging from the tree branch, is immediately noticeable, from which blood and tears are shedding. It is assumed that this is the symbol of Hitler's and Chamberlain's not a very successful meeting and negotiations.  Under the telephone an empty plate is seen on which Hitler's torn photo and a few beans are pictured. These symbolize the horrors of war and the famine. In the background, on the deserted beach, there are shadows of people, which are the symbols of the dying world.