Efforts to Continue to Provide Recovery for Alleged Wrongs During Nazi-Era

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Thursday, October 1, 1998
Author: 
Bruce Zagaris
Volume: 
14
Issue: 
10
430-433
Abstract: 

Events to resolve crimes and wrong-doing during the Nazi-era remain fluid as Volkswagen creates a $12 million fund for Nazi-era laborers, the Austrian Government has draft legislation on the restitution of art confiscated by the Nazis, and alleged victims have filed additional lawsuits, prompting two major German companies, Volkswagen and Siemens, to establish funds for victims. A British court resolved a case involving a piece of art that allegedly was looted during World War II... [more]