Nazi Plunder: Great Treasure Stories Of World War II - Kenneth D. Alford, Larry C. Bush


                This is actually a pretty good, fast read.  It details the plundering of Europe, but the focus is mainly on the plundering the Allies did, which makes it stand out a bit more.  The weakest chapter is the one about the horses – not so much that it is wrong, but it is rather simplistic in terms of the Lippizans.  While the US did take some of the Lipizzans to the US, in most cases it wasn’t looting, but a thank you for the saving the stud.

                Still, nicely varied and told.  Each chapter is a story.  It is well done and nicely illustrated.