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In January 1948, Spitz again fell under suspicion for his role in the looting of art in Europe during the war.
On 18 May, Spitz led Moore to Prien, where they located a large collection of trunks and crates belonging to Schwend.
Spitz impressed Michaelis as “reliable, trustworthy and intelligent… [and] willing to cooperate.”
In an effort to get Schwend to talk, Michaelis took Spitz to Stadelhelm prison.
In this capacity, Spitz provided information on the German Red Cross and the Bavarian Separatist Movement in southern Germany.
You take a common ancestral mutt, and generations later you can develop an Airedale, a dachshund or a Spitz.A Feast of Demons|William Morrison
Odin, the Spitz dog, had insisted upon scratching at the door.Mrs. Skaggs's Husbands and Other Stories|Bret Harte
You might feel it for the old priest who played piquet with you, or the Spitz terrier that accompanied you in your walks.A Rent In A Cloud|Charles James Lever
The Spitz-dog noses, instead of smelling Rat, would have smelt its anagram, Art.
The Duchess pulled at the hair of the little spitz on her lap without replying.Lady Rose's Daughter|Mrs. Humphry Ward