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A 'Monument Man' and the Inside Story of 'Inside the Third Reich'

Aug 21, 2015

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.

Albert Speer served an architect and minister of war production for the Third Reich.