posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 04:41 AM
Im Glad this thread has slowly decended into madness...
So Boncho... i agree, it would be nice to understand the motives of a man not selling all the art but holding it, to me the logical reasons were
Shame, he did not want to live a life being assosiated with anything to do with the Nazi's and he made a point of not allowing his fathers past haunt
his life (as best as he could)
(tinfoil hat time) maybe as someone else said, sitting on the paitings, a secret Nazi to this day waiting to fund the fourth Reich (this seems less
likley due to his words to the police)
Whitealice - Why dont you just find out where you Grandfather was stationed across all of the second world war, then look for large destroyed mannor
houses in the areas, will at least reduce your search area, furthermore if you check his records, for him to have taken what i can only imagine to be
a large and heavy (due to the gold frame) painting either someone knew he shipped it back or possibly there are people left from his platoon still
alive who would know where it was taken from and in theory may even have helped him do it.....