Two personal stories from the aftermath of World War II. Army Air Corps veteran and long-time literary agent Gerald Gross recalls his role in publishing the bestseller, "Inside the Third Reich," and his dealings with the so-called "Nazi who said sorry," Albert Speer. Then, Susan Sullam tells of her father’s role in helping to recover cash, gold and artwork stolen by the Nazis.
A 'Monument Man' and the Inside Story of 'Inside the Third Reich'
By Dan Rodricks & Melody Simmons • Aug 21, 2015