Amongst the many nasty things the Nazis did during WWII was steal a lot of art. Billions of dollar's worth, in fact. Thankfully, someone is on the trail.
By Jay Moon

When he wasn’t planning and ordering the slaughter of millions of innocent people during World War II, Adolf Hitler liked to kick back and relax with a little side hobby: confiscating and hoarding artwork and treasures from Nazi-occupied countries. An artist himself, Hitler reportedly left behind approximately 2,000 water color paintings, although experts often describe them as technically fine but essentially “lifeless.” The Nazis stashed billions of dollars worth of stolen goods in an Austrian salt mine, and another billion dollars worth of art was recently found in an apartment in Munich, Germany. The epic task is now to return these treasures to where they rightfully belong.