As tantalizing new details of buried Nazi treasure are revealed, TFN’s Stuart Dowell reports on the findings and probes the mysterious religious organisation which held the diary for decades and was associated with Nazi cult worship in the 30s and 40s.
An amateur historian says he has found documents pointing to the location of artwork stolen by Nazi Germany, including Raphael’s Portrait of a Young Man estimated to be worth around 100 million USD.
Geldorp’s Portrait of a Lady had been in public collections in Warsaw from 1935 until the outbreak of WWII. It had been purchased by the city together with a collection of 94 other paintings.
A painting stolen from Poland by the Nazis during the Second World War is up for auction in Berlin.