134 Many Polish works of art created since the war have centered on events of the war. 158159 a b c Madajczyk 1970,. . 23 Notable items plundered by the Nazis included the Altar of Veit Stoss and paintings by Raphael, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci, Canaletto and Bacciarelli. 26 Destruction edit See also: List of Polish cities damaged in World War II Many places of learning and cultureuniversities, schools, libraries, museums, theaters and cinemaswere either closed or designated as " Nur für Deutsche " (For Germans Only). 102 103 In addition to Polish titles, Armia Krajowa also printed false German newspapers designed to decrease morale of the occupying German forces (as part of Action N ). The only Polish-language newspaper published in occupied Poland was also closed, and the arrests of Polish intellectuals began. 46 The public destruction of Polish books was not limited to those seized from libraries, but also included those books that were confiscated from private homes. Polish Underground Movement (19391945) Study Trust (pumst). Gehler Kaiser 2004,. 7 10 He and Frank agreed that opportunities for the Poles to experience their culture should be severely restricted: no theaters, cinemas or cabarets; no access to radio or press; and no education. 49 Thus, they sponsored the underground publication ( bibuła ) of works by Winston Churchill and Arkady Fiedler and of 10,000 copies of a Polish primary-school primer and commissioned artists to create resistance artwork (which was then disseminated by Operation N and like activities).