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SWISS BANKS MIGHT BE PROBED FOR LOST JEWISH-OWNED WORKS OF ART
Swiss banks, which have been under fire for holding unclaimed Jewish-owned accounts since 1945, also face the prospect of being asked to prove that they do not hold lost works of art. After...

SWISS BANKS AND NAZI GOLD
Some 75% of all gold transactions made by the Reichsbank during World Wart Two were made through Swiss banks. On Monday December 1st 1997 a panel of experts revealed in London how Switzerland...

NAZI ART LOOTINGS: THE SECRET REPORT
Over 2,000 people worked closely with the Germans in their hunt for Jewish-owned art collections, according to a U.S secret report produced on Nazi pillages during World War Two. The report was...

NAZI PILLAGE: THE DUTCH POINTED OUT
Dutch authorities behaved in a controversial way regarding the collection of Amsterdam art dealer Jacques Goudstikker after recovering many works of his wonderful collection of old masters which was...

NEW JEWISH MUSEUM TO OPEN IN PARIS
The new Museum of Judaic Art and History will open 71, rue du Temple in Paris, not far from the Georges Pompidou museum of Modern Art in October 1998. The museum will be housed in the 17th century...

DRAWING GIVEN BACK BY THE LOUVRE MUSEUM
The Louvre Museum has given back to the heirs of Jewish collector Alphonse Kann a drawing by French 19th century artist François Marius Granet which was stolen by the Nazis during world War Two. The...

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