New online resource debuts for Nazi-era looted art
New online resource debuts for Nazi-era looted art
The Nazis stripped hundreds of thousands of artworks from Jews during World War II in one of the biggest cultural raids in history, often photographing their spoils and meticulously cataloguing them on typewritten index cards. picked by Aoibheal 5 months ago
tags Nazi-era Jews Claude Monet Marc Chagall
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 cecilber...
5 months ago
The Germans were fanatical about record-keeping. It's not surprising that there would be documentation of their art theft too. I hope this can provide some relief to the survivors, but suspect it'll just result in lawyers getting rich, as the current owners of those artworks probably didn't know they were originally stolen.
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 gordonri...
5 months ago
Voted and quoted
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 dovuluve...
4 months ago
spam
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 vipgoto
3 months ago
hi,
I spam because I'm dead inside
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 hjgfjhgf...
3 months ago
I'm a spammer and any product associated with me is probably a shoddily made counterfeit.
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