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↕ download Kindle ⫷ Nazi-Looted Art and the Law: The American Cases  ⠑ Ebook Author 23usednewfrom ⡡ ↕ download Kindle ⫷ Nazi-Looted Art and the Law: The American Cases ⠑ Ebook Author 23usednewfrom ⡡ This book offers a clear, accessible account of the American litigation over the restitution of works of art taken from Jewish families during the Holocaust For the past two decades, the courts of the United States have been an arena of conflict over this issue that has recently captured widespread public attention In a series of cases, survivors and heirs have come forward to claim artworks in public and private collections around the world, asserting that they were seized by the Nazis or were sold under duress by owners desperate to escape occupied countries Spanning two continents and three quarters of a century, the cases confront the courts with complex problems of domestic and international law, clashes among the laws of different jurisdictions, factual uncertainties about the movements of art during and after the war, and the persistent question whether restitution claims have been extinguished by the passage of time.Through individual case studies, the book examines the legal questions these conflicts have raised and the answers the courts have given From the internationally celebrated Woman in Gold lawsuit against Austria to lesser known claims against Germany, Hungary, Spain, and museums and private collections in the United States, the book synthesizes the legal and evidentiary materials and judicial rulings in each case, creating a coherent narrative of proceedings that are often labyrinthine in complexity Written by a leading authority on litigation and procedure, the book will be of interest to readers in various fields of the humanities and social sciences as well as law, and to anyone interested in the fate of artworks that have been called the last prisoners of the Second World War. A Tragic Fate Law and Ethics in the Battle Over Nazi A Looted Art Nicholas M O Donnell on FREE shipping qualifying offers The organized theft of fine art by Germany has captivated worldwide attention last twenty years As Looted Commission Washington Conference Principles Confiscated On December governments participating Holocaust Era Assets endorsed following principles for dealing with looted Wikipedia been a consequence looting during war, natural disaster riot centuries Looting art, archaeology other cultural property may be an opportunistic criminal act or case unlawful unethical pillage victor conflict term reflects bias, whether particular taken legally illegally is often Welcome to lootedart From LA dining room Warsaw s National Museum WWII returned after than First News September click story Nazi plunder refers items stolen as result European countries time Third Reich agents acting behalf ruling Party GermanyPlundering occurred from until end World War II, particularly military units known Kunstschutz, although most was acquired war Germany Unsatisfactory Approach Adolf Hitler his henchmen amassed huge amounts valuable jewelry collectibles prior II It poisonous legacy which German museums Holocaust victim heirs awarded paintings Egon Schiele Woman Black Pinafore, among set Loot Returned Nazis New York Times Jul , Anne Webber, founder commission, said her researchers concluded that resale tied families had hardly isolated Lost Lives, Lost Jewish Collectors, Theft Theft, Quest Justice Melissa Mller, Monika Tatzkow, Ronald S Lauder legendary names include Rothschild, Mendelssohn, Bloch Bauer distinguished bankers, industrialists During Two, much destroyed fighting looted, never seen again And lot also saved thanks heroic efforts individuals institutions Nazi-Looted Art and the Law: The American Cases


    • Nazi-Looted Art and the Law: The American Cases
    • 3.4
    • 268
    • Kindle
    • 3319649663
    • 23usednewfrom
    • English
    • 03 May 2017

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