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German government: Online catalogue in German of 100+ art objects looted by the Nazis, given into the custody of the German government, and available for restituton

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Provides a searchable online catalogue in German on the site of the Bundesamt für zentrale Dienste und offene Vermögensfragen, Federal Office for Central Services and Unresolved Property Issues (BADV) of 100+ art objects looted by the Nazis, given into the custody of the German government and available for restituton. The German government has many more paintings available for restitution which are not online and can be contacted for further details.

The works of art came from the Central Collecting Point (CCP) Munich and were deposited with teh German government by the Allies.  To view the BADV's online catalogue, click here.

A more comprehensive list of works of art forming part of the CCP remainder (Restbestand CCP) is published online by the BADV through www.lostart.de - click here. However, this also is not a complete listing by any means.

The BADV operates under the aegis of the Federal Finance Ministry.  To review information available online about its work in the field of looted art and provenance research, click here.

To contact the BADV for further information about the entire CCP collection available for restitution, see below:

Contact Information:

Dr Harald König (Director)
Email: harald.koenig@badv.bund.de
Tel: +49 (0)30/91608-1292 

Research contact:
Dr Angelika Enderlein
Email: angelika.enderlein@badv.bund.de
Tel: +49 (0)30/91608-1289

Address:
Referat A2
DGZ-Ring 12
13086 Berlin

Source
http://www.badv.bund.de/DE/OffeneVermoegensfragen/Provenienzrecherche/start.html
updated 2 April 2015

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