'Stolen' Oil Paintings Returned to Germany
According to an announcement today from US Attorney Preet Bharara and James Hayes, Jr. of Homeland Security Immigrations and Customs Enforcement:
11 oil paintings that were taken by a U.S. serviceman from a Pirmasens air raid shelter after the allied invasion of Germany in 1945, [were] returned at repatriation ceremony at the Goethe-Institut in Manhattan, New York. The paintings, several by a hometown artist, are on their way home to Pirmasens Museum in Germany.
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