Now, for the THE REAL STORY of Nazi Looted Art.
Under Kaiser Wilhelm II during World War I, the highly cultured Germans go to great lengths to protect and preserve artworks located in enemy territory or near a zone of combat. The German word to describe this principal of saving Europe's cultural and artistic treasures during wartime is "Kunstschutz" (art protection).
Kaiser Wilhelm tried to avert the war which was forced upon Germany. Even while winning the war, the Kaiser held out an olive branch to the Allies, while his soldiers protected artworks belonging to enemy nations.
The art is returned after the war.
ART PROTECTION DURING WORLD WAR I
At the end of World War I, rescued artworks are returned voluntarily. Unlike World War II, anti-German propaganda actually fades away following World War I. As a result, Germany is later praised for "Kunstschutz" art protection) during "The Great War".