You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis

You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis

Jacob Miller - November 15, 2017

You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Saphor Torahs Chaplain Samuel Blinder examines one of the hundreds of Saphor Torahs (sacred scrolls) part of a cache of Hebrew and Jewish books that were stolen and collected from every occupied country in Europe. 7/6/45. Archives.gov
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
The Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR) files The Alfred Rosenberg (ERR) files in a room of the Neuschwanstein Castle. The largest Nazi art loot cache was found by units of the 7th U.S. Army when they explored tunnels under the castle. 5/13/45. Archives.gov
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
The Graces in the Gardens of the Hesperides A Rubens painting The Graces in the Gardens of the Hesperides taken by the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR). 5/13/45. Archives.gov
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Thomas Carr Howe Jr. (right) helps transport Michelangelo’s sculpture, Madonna, and Child. sfgate
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
German soldiers of the Hermann Göring Division posing in front of Palazzo Venezia in Rome in 1944 with a picture taken from the Biblioteca del Museo Nazionale di Napoli before the Allied forces’ arrival in the city Carlo III di Borbone Visita il papa Benedetto XIV Nella coffee-house del Quirinale a Roma by Giovanni Paolo Pannini. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Jean Metzinger, 1913, En Canot (Im Boot), oil on canvas, 146 x 114 cm (57.5 in × 44.9 in), exhibited at Moderni Umeni, S.V.U. Mánes, Prague, 1914, acquired in 1916 by Georg Muche at the Galerie Der Sturm, confiscated by the Nazis circa 1936, displayed at the Degenerate Art show in Munich, and missing ever since. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Adolf Hitler and Adolf Ziegler visit the Degenerate Art Exhibition, 1937. The wall behind them calls attention to the works of the Dada artists with depreciatory comments. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Albert Gleizes, 1912, Landschaft bei Paris, Paysage près de Paris, Paysage de Courbevoie, oil on canvas, 72.8 x 87.1 cm, missing from Hannover since 1937. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Aleksander Gierymski’s Jewess with Oranges discovered on 26 November 2010 in an art auction in Buxtehude, Germany. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Altaussee, May 1945 after the removal of the eight 500 kilograms (1,100 pounds) bombs at the Nazi-stolen art repository. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
As Minister of Economics, Walther Funk accelerated the pace of re-armament and as Reichsbank president banked for the SS the gold rings of Nazi concentration camp victims. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Franz Marc’s Pferde in Landschaft, one of the artworks discovered in Munich in 2012. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Goebbels views the Degenerate Art exhibition. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Max Liebermann’s Two Riders On The Beach in the Gurlitt collection and subject to a claim by the descendants of the original Jewish owner. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Pieter Bruegel the Elder painting Altaussee, Austria, April 1945. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Raphael’s Portrait of a Young Man was looted by the Germans from the Czartoryski Museum in 1939. Although Polish officials state that it has been known for years that the painting survived the war, its whereabouts remain unknown. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
The Ghent Altarpiece during recovery from the Altaussee salt mine at the end of World War II. Wikipedia
You Will Get Upset When You See These Photos of Priceless Art Stolen by the Nazis
Seal of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg, used from 1941 to 1944 to mark seized documents by the German occupation troops. Wikipedia

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