Adolf Hitler’s art collection was discovered by Jiri Kuchar, a Czech historian, in a monastery in the city of Doskany in Czech.
Some of the art discovered includes a big dimensions painting, in which German soldiers are portrayed, hiding in a foxhole.
It is believed that his painting was one of Hitler’s favorites.
At the end of the second world war Hitler ordered for the paintings to be hidden in a monastery. They disappeared and nobody knows how they ended up in a Doskany monstery.
The value of this art collection is 1,7 million dollars. Kuchar said that at the moment of the disappearance the collection included 16 paintings, which means that 9 of the paintings are yet to be discovered.