October 19, 2021

Nazi-Looted Books Are Finally Finding Their Way Home

The Forward reports:

Germany and Austria have returned around 30,000 books to 600 owners in the last 10 years. . . .


In 2012, Berlin’s Central and Regional Library launched a database of stolen books after examining a sample set of 100,000 books, 29,000 of which were found to be stolen or bear a mark that indicated a previous owner.

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