Hitler kept listings of art stolen in Europe
Two albums documenting works of art and furniture stolen by the Nazis during World War II were unveiled Tuesday after being discovered by a Dallas-based foundation that was contacted by relatives of two soldiers who had taken them from Adolf Hitler’s home.
Robert M. Edsel, founder and president of the Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art, said at a Dallas news conference that the albums are “key pieces of evidence taken from a crime scene that were prized possessions of Adolf Hitler.”
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