Million-pound art thought lost turns up in Munich flat

Fifteen works out of a huge collection of modern masterpieces snatched by the Nazis in the second World War have turned up in Munich.

They were thought to have been lost to the world with the bombing of Dresden blamed for destroying them.

And as Neil Connery reports, they are worth hundreds of millions of pounds:

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Masters' works in Nazi art find

Previously unknown artworks by masters including Marc Chagall, Otto Dix, Max Liebermann and Henri Matisse are among a haul of 1,500 paintings believed to have been confiscated by the Nazis and now found inside a flat in Munich.