“At the end of World War II, French soldiers confiscated a curious handwritten book from Nazi leader Hermann Göring. It listed every artwork Göring claimed to own — the vast majority looted from Jewish families he had sent to concentration camps.
[…] Not all the artworks listed were looted. As Fabius explains in his preface, the first few paintings mentioned when the book begins in 1933 were purchased or received as gifts.”
De gehele kunstadministratie van Goering gebundeld door uitgeverij Flammarion en ontsloten voor het nageslacht.
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