This Dec. 2, 2009 photo taken in Dallas shows a lost album that once belonged to Adolf Hitler, part of a series compiled for Hitler featuring photographs of art he wanted for his ‘Fuehrermuseum,’ a planned museum in Linz, Austria. The book, taken by U.S. serviceman John Pistone during World War II from Hitler’s home, is expected to be formally returned to Germany in a ceremony at the U.S. State Department in January. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
WWII Vet Had Hitler’s Art Book On Bookshelf — Yahoo...Read Full Story
John Pistone had no idea what he was getting into when he swiped a book from Adolf Hitler's house as a souvenir after the end of World War II. As it turns out, the book was actually a photo album, and it was one of a series of albums Hitler made including photographs of artwork he planned to show in his Führermuseum, an art museum he was planning to open in Linz, Austria. Pistone, 87, had no idea that the item sitting on his bookshelf in Ohio was so historic. A pal was curious about it...Read Full Story
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John Pistone is a World War II veteran who discovered that a book he took as a souvenir during the war was actually made by Adolf Hitler. Find more news and articles about John Pistone here.