From Publishers Weekly
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Superb book for anyone interested in the subject. Well researched and engrossing, specially the second part. Can't say more. Buy it, read it.Published 22 days ago by Fernando Sanchez Cuenca Al
Extensive and detailed description of the nazi looting policy during WWII, offering a broad view of their criminal activities in the European countries at that time.Published 2 months ago by Mario
I am still in the beginnings of this paperback book. The subject matter is really intriguing and not until I saw the film (a few years back) based on the book did I give this... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Friedemann
In this fascinating history of how art and politics mix, Nicholas details the ways in which the Germans attempted to support their ideology and their 1000 year Reich by stealing... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Greg Polansky
It was a very interesting and well researched book, I enjoyed it immensely.
Well researched history of the theft of art by the Nazis, their collaborators, and a couple US GIs. I enjoyed getting a look at a large number of the treasures that were taken by... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mariah