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France passes law allowing institutions to easily return Nazi-looted objects

France’s National Assembly has voted unanimously to adopt a new law that makes it significantly easier for public institutions to return Nazi-looted objects in their collections.






France’s National Assembly has voted unanimously to adopt a new law that makes it significantly easier for public institutions to return Nazi-looted objects in their collections.

Passed into law, the new heritage code establishes a framework for public collections to restitute objects and artworks proven to have been stolen or unwillingly surrendered between January 30, 1933 and May 8, 1945 to the heirs of the original owners without the need for individual legislation to be passed for each case.

The country’s Ministry of Culture says that some 100,000 artworks were seized “in the context of anti-Semitic persecution” during the Second World War.

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France passes law allowing institutions to easily return Nazi-looted objects

France’s National Assembly has voted unanimously to adopt a new law that makes it significantly easier for public institutions to return Nazi-looted objects in their collections.






France’s National Assembly has voted unanimously to adopt a new law that makes it significantly easier for public institutions to return Nazi-looted objects in their collections.

Passed into law, the new heritage code establishes a framework for public collections to restitute objects and artworks proven to have been stolen or unwillingly surrendered between January 30, 1933 and May 8, 1945 to the heirs of the original owners without the need for individual legislation to be passed for each case.

The country’s Ministry of Culture says that some 100,000 artworks were seized “in the context of anti-Semitic persecution” during the Second World War.

More here


 



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