Six Canadian Museums Start Project To ID Nazi-Looted Art

“It’s unclear how many so-called “spoliated” cultural objects – paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphics, prints and decorative works obtained illegally or by force from European institutions and private collectors by Nazi German authorities between 1932 and 1945 – may be housed in Canadian art museums.”

Source: The Globe and Mail (Canada)

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