Just read a stupid article in the Estonian press about someone's visit to Austria. The city guide tried to claim the most famous Austrian is Arnold Schwarzenegger. "Fine, they are talking about ALIVE Austrians," I thought. Then the conversation drifted to Gustav Klimt who is obviously not alive.
No offence to Klimt (whom I adore, well, I like how he makes you love everything yellow) but Hitler is known by far more people than Klimt and is definitely more famous. Did the guide deliberately forget him?
In this parody the Führer seems to approve because he thinks he's German.
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