‘Monuments Men' Author Launches TV Show to Help Find Art Looted by Nazis

Dallas' own Robert Edsel, who has dedicated decades to saving art plundered by the Nazis, leans back in his chair, mulling the lavish tastes and twisted psyche of Hermann Göring, who had the distinction of being Adolf Hitler's second in command.He was, says Edsel, "a prodigious looter, building his own collection."More than 70 years after the end of World War II, Edsel is among those who refuse to forget the Nazis' crimes. His pursuit, however, carries with it a searing, single-minded focus, which is why Göring creeps lazily into view, like a fog rolling into port.  Continue reading...

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