It’s been decades since Baron Mor Lipot Herzog’s children hid his renowned art collection in the basement of one of the family’s factories in the Hungarian countryside, hoping to protect their dead father’s beloved paintings and sculptures from the Nazi regime. No such luck. The cache was discovered and appropriated, with choice pieces from the Herzog Collection going to Adolph Eichmann himself. Eichmann’s leavings, according to a ruling last week by Washington, D.C., federal judge Ellen Huvelle, ended up in, among other places, the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, the Hungarian National Gallery, and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.