Art: One More Cache

This time it was an estimated $15,000,000 worth of art from the onetime Austrian royal family's collection. The famed U.S. Rainbow Division uncovered the cache last week in a cellar at Saint Johann, Austria. Some of the contents: five major Rembrandts, including the great Large Self Portrait; Pieter Broeughael's rousing Peasant Dance and his terrifying Tower of Babel; Velasquez' portrait of the Infanta Maria Margarita; Rubens' Saint Jerome. The Nazi custodian of this treasure, one Major Fabian, had a request to make: for "taking such good care of the collection" didn't 15 of his officers rate free tuition at...

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