July 2012
Military History;Jul2012, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p52
Photographs of the artworks of Europe confiscated by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler during World War II are presented including the painting "Lady With an Ermine, " by Leonardo da Vinci, the sculpture "Madonna of Bruges," by Michaelangelo, and an imperial cross of the Holy Roman Empire, 1024-1025.


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