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“The Standard-Bearer,” a 1934 oil painting on plywood by Hubert Lanzinger, is marred by a hole in Hitler’s face and scratches where a U.S. soldier thrust his bayonet. (Washington Post photo)

Almost 70 years after WWII, dozens of Nazi art pieces still in US Army facility

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By Michael E. Ruane

The Washington Post

Army Capt. Gordon W. Gilkey had traced the missing art to a train that left Berlin for the Czech border two weeks before the German surrender.


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