Novelist Bukowski's House Protested for 'Nazi Ties' The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission has recommended that the former home of novelist Charles Bukowski be granted landmark status. But the property owners are protesting the plan, alleging that Bukowski was a Nazi sympathizer. Reporter Gloria Hillard has the story.

Novelist Bukowski's House Protested for 'Nazi Ties'

Novelist Bukowski's House Protested for 'Nazi Ties'

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The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission has recommended that the former home of novelist Charles Bukowski be granted landmark status. But the property owners, Jewish immigrants from the Ukraine, are protesting the plan, alleging that Bukowski was a Nazi sympathizer.