A U.S. University returned a painting that was stolen more then six decades ago from Berlin during World War II. The Flagellation of Christ was among many that were stolen from a Berlin museum from British and Russian soldiers.
“One of the many tragedies associated with World War II was the loss of countless works of art that were stolen, confiscated, looted, pillaged or destroyed,” Michael McRobbie, the president of Indiana University, said during a handover ceremony at the German capital’s Charlottenburg Palace.
Art is often stolen during war. Do you think that art should be returned to where it was created?
Source: The Washington Post