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When the Bauhaus was searched and its location was sealed by the police and the SA in 1933, this violent act for a moment seemed to be the end of a legacy of design, art and architecture which started in 1919 in Weimar, continued in Dessau before it came to an end in Berlin. Retrospectively today, it is obvious that the exact opposite was the case. Bauhaus teachers and students spread all over the world and continued this legacy in various different ways, depending on the context of their new fields of action in terms of time and space, culture and ideology. One example of this are two post-war Bauhaus movements founded by the Danish brothers the poet Jørgen Nash, (1920-04) and the Cobra artist and member of the Situationist International Asger Jorn, (1914-73).