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Historic alliance to locate looted Holocaust art is an exercise in ‘reconciliation’

March 8, 2017

San Francisco – As the Nazis rose to power, a Jewish newspaper publisher named Rudolf Mosse became a vocal critic of fascism. Forced to flee soon after Hitler became chancellor in 1933, Mosse left behind a massive, priceless art collection. Nearly eight decades later, several German public institutions have announced an unprecedented plan to help fund efforts to restore Mosse’s looted art. Read full article