Hitler had a dream to amass the world’s greatest art collection; it was a dream that became Europe’s nightmare. In this episode, the team investigates how Hitler oversaw the theft of thousands of art treasures from across Europe. This episode also features an incredible discovery: a work of art that once hung on the wall of Hitler’s dining room and missing for over 70 years.
The second-most-powerful man in Nazi Germany stole billions worth of art and treasure. The team is on the trail of sunken gold and missing masterpieces looted from Holland.
Looted gold was the lifeblood of the Nazi War machine. The team investigates how much was stolen and where it ended up, uncovering the chilling story of the Canada Commando and gold stolen at Auschwitz.
In 1943, the Nazis looted $50 million in gold from the Jewish community in Djerba, Tunisia. The team tracks the loot to a dive site off Corsica, a pawnshop in Germany to the family of an escaped Nazi in South America.
The team investigates the systematic looting of Paris during four years of Nazi occupation and tracks missing treasures to Berlin and Switzerland.
The team looks for the most valuable treasure stolen by the Nazis still missing: the painting Portrait of a Young Man by Renaissance master Raphael, worth over $100 million today.
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