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Auction house halts sale of sacred artifacts taken illegally during Holocaust after urgent international requests
WJRO 30 July 2021
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US Ramps Up Pressure On Poland Over Holocaust Restitution
VINnews 28 July 2021
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US authorities seize suspected Holocaust-looted Judaica from Brooklyn auctioneer
JTA 25 July 2021
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German Nazi loot panel rejects heirs' claim for Lovis Corinth portrait, keeping it in Berlin’s Stadtmuseum
The Art Newspaper 23 July 2021
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Alexander Khochinsky Petitions DC Circuit to Rehear en banc His Holocaust Restitution Retaliation Case Against Poland
Art Law Report 22 July 2021
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Beratende Kommission empfiehlt der Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, das Gemälde Portrait Alfred Kerr von Lovis Corinth an die Erben nach Robert Graetz nicht zu restituieren
Beratende Kommission Press Release 22 July 2021
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United States Seizes Funeral Scrolls and Manuscripts Taken from Pre-Holocaust Jewish Communities in Eastern Europe
US Department of Justice 22 July 2021
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We need a fair and formal process for restitution claims – but what would that look like?
Apollo 21 July 2021
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Monuments Men Foundation Uncovers Evidence Indicating Nazi Era "Forced Sale" Painting Currently on View at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Belongs to Heirs of Dr. Max Emden
PR Newswire 21 July 2021
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Family of French sculptor sue for the return of statue stolen by Nazis
New York Post 21 July 2021
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The Louvre’s Art Sleuth Is on the Hunt for Looted Paintings
New York Times 16 July 2021
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French museums face fresh legal action over refusal to restitute works to Jewish families
The Art Newspaper 15 July 2021
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Controversial Max Stern art exhibition gets go-ahead
Deutsche Welle 13 July 2021
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Restitution Of Franz Marc Painting By German City Comes To Halt
Art Insider 10 July 2021
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After Years of Heated Debate, an Exhibition Dedicated to Jewish Art Dealer Max Stern Is Moving Forward—and His Heirs Are Not Happy
Artnet 8 July 2021
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When the US was accused of ‘plundering’ Berlin’s museums: new show reveals murky history
The Art Newspaper 7 July 2021
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Did the Nazis Force an Art Sale? The Question Lingers 88 Years Later.
New York Times 6 July 2021
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Cincinnati ‘Monuments Man’ Walter Farmer Protected European Art After World War II, Featured in New CAM Exhibit
City Beat 5 July 2021
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‘This Little Bag Carries a Great Memory’: Tefillin Case From 1888, Looted by Nazis, Is Returned to Jewish Family
The Algemeiner 2 July 2021
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France returns Pechstein painting looted in occupied Paris to heirs of Hugo Simon, a banker and leading figure in German cultural life
The Art Newspaper 2 July 2021
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From Nazi Looting to the Museo de Pontevedra
ARS Magazin 1 July 2021
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