One of the artworks being reviewed by the team
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Dutch art may have been stolen by Nazis during Holocaust

A review of Dutch art stretching back to 1933 is seeking to establish if 139 pieces on display in museums across the country were snatched from Jewish families during the Holocaust.

Works with gaps in their ownership records during the Holocaust years are of particular interest to the team.

Anna Holligan reports.

  • 29 Oct 2013
  • From the section Europe
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