Art From the Holocaust
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2.Hitler actually paid for some of his art
3.The Nazi Gold Train had $200 million dollars worth of art
4.The Nazi Gold Train was a regular train (not gold)
5.Monuments Men was comprised of approximately 345 men
6. The Nazis stole the art to show that they were supreme in money
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