Nazi War Machines: Secrets Uncovered
In Austria, Conor Woodman explores the incredible underground salt mine where Allied soldiers recovered the majority of Hitler's stolen art in 1945: a hoard worth $6 billion today
The treasure hunters travel the world on the trail of Hermann Goering's massive art-looting operation, and track down treasures that are still missing today
Hitler used stolen gold to fund the Nazi war machine. Without it, World War II might never have happened. The treasure hunters search for gold that the Nazis stole and is still missing today.
In 1943, the Nazis stole a huge cache of gold from Tunisia's Jewish community. It's still missing. The treasure hunters follow the trail of the loot.
This episode investigates the Nazis' systematic looting of priceless art and Jewish possessions in Paris. The treasure hunters track missing loot to Berlin and Switzerland.
This episode investigates the Nazi looting of Poland, with the team on the trail of the most valuable missing treasure that the Nazis stole: Raphael's Portrait of a Young Man
In Russia in 1941, Nazi armies stole Catherine the Great's treasure. Four years later, Soviet armies got their revenge, looting art treasures from Berlin. The treasure hunters investigate both cases.
The treasure hunters are on the trail of many tonnes of gold that were looted from the Bank of Italy and also missing art from the great museums of Florence