Radio Stormer Narrations: Loot and Plunder After the War

Daily Stormer
July 15, 2015

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Tarquin and Lucretia by Peter Paul Rubens. Stolen from Germany and now exhibited at the Hermitage in Moscow.

Radio Stormer Narrations: The Ignored Cultural Rape of Germany Part 1

While there was no general authorization of the Allied Control Council to carry off German cultural property as a means of reparation or compensation, the Soviets openly ignored international law and regarded the vast amount of treasure and artwork pilfered from Germany as ‘compensation.’

Carrying off cultural property was only to be legally permitted for the purpose of “guarding against wartime dangers,” but this was the disingenuous excuse used by the Soviet Union for its massive looting operations.

As early as 1942, the Soviet Union, art lovers that they were, had begun a deliberate plan of collecting art from Germany.

Reports taken from holocaustianity.com and narrated by Sven Longshanks

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The Red Army soldier on the bottom right in the original image, which was recently exhibited in Berlin, is wearing two looted German watches.

Radio Stormer Narrations: The Ignored Cultural Rape of Germany Part 2

Throughout Germany, priceless art, religious and secular treasures, were violently torn from church-altars, wretched from museum walls or even stolen from private collections and homes by Allied soldiers.

The coffins of Schiller and Goethe were looted by US soldiers who took six of Goethe’s medals.

While officially America and Britain were not “seizing” any artwork as war booty, whole squads of Allied thieves were busy personally “liberating” rare books, illuminated manuscripts, gold and silver religious objects, sculpture and paintings as well as bullying German civilians into forking over their few valuables.

Reports taken from holocaustianity.com and narrated by Sven Longshanks

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