Tapestry returning to Germany

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Tapestry returning to Germany

An employee of the Bavarian National Museum places a tapestry from Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest in Munich, Germany. The 16th century tapestry taken by a U.S. officer from Adolf Hitler’s retreat in the Bavarian Alps near the end of World War II is being returned to Germany. Standing in the background with blue scarf is Cathy Hinz, daughter of the U.S. officer who took the tapestry.
Cathy Hinz, daughter of a U.S. officer, left, stands besides art dealer Konrad Bernheimer after returing a tapestry from Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest to the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, Germany.

Tapestry returning to Germany

An employee of the Bavarian National Museum places a tapestry from Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest in Munich, Germany. The 16th century tapestry taken by a U.S. officer from Adolf Hitler’s retreat in the Bavarian Alps near the end of World War II is being returned to Germany. Standing in the background with blue scarf is Cathy Hinz, daughter of the U.S. officer who took the tapestry.
Cathy Hinz, daughter of a U.S. officer, left, stands besides art dealer Konrad Bernheimer after returing a tapestry from Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest to the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, Germany.
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