us–hitler’s tapestry returned

Tapestry from Hitler's alpine retreat returning to Germany

DALLAS (AP) — A 16th century tapestry that a U.S. officer took from Adolf Hitler's Eagle's Nest retreat near the end of World War II is being returned to Germany.The tapestry will be formally returned Friday in a ceremony in Munich, where it will eventually be displayed at the Bavarian National Museum.Its journey back began after the officer's daughter donated it to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Experts there endeavored to find its rightful owner.