Singer Germaine Lubin pictured with conductor Herbert von Karajan, who was a member of the NSDAP.
Germaine Lubin, of Guyanese origin, was a super-star of the time. She was even admired by Adolf Hitler, who complimented her stage performance overlooking the non-German blood flowing in her veins.
In 1943, Lubin, accompanied by the Orchestra of Berlin directed by Karajan, sang “Isolde” in Paris to an audience of German dignitaries. The Red (Commie) Resistance did not forget this.