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Post-World War One, the British occupied Cologne, where Ernst and fellow dadaists run afoul of their censorship. At the very least, the British banned both Baargeld’s 1919 magazine Der Ventilator, and the catalogue for the Bulletin D exhibition. However, I have not found any British military archives holding documents relating to either the occuaption or specifically the dadaists. Would anyone know where to look?
Bulletin D: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=SdZv1YuT4nEC&pg=PA43&lpg=PA43&dq=cologne+british+army+dada+ernst&source=bl&ots=c1Zr1OjT7Y&sig=Gw0im3EXafSvcS4eOevoWesdSNE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjpkrruktrYAhUhAsAKHW4uBUoQ6AEISTAJ#v=onepage&q=cologne%20british%20army%20dada%20ernst&f=false )
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