Bibliography & Suggested Reading

Books:

Akinsha, Konstantin, et al. Beautiful Loot: The Soviet Plunder of Europe’s Art Treasures. New York: Random House, 1995.

Akinsha, Konstantin. Kozlov, Grigorii and Sylvia Hochfield. Stolen Treasure: The Hunt for the World’s Lost Masterpieces. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1995. xiii, 301 pp.

Alford, Kenneth D. Nazi Plunder: Great Treasure Stories of World War II. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo, 2001.

Alford, Kenneth D. The Spoils of World War II: The American Military’s Role in the Stealing of Europe’s Treasures. New York: Carol Publishing Group, 1994.

Alker, Stefan. Bauer, Bruno. Stumpf, Markus. NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken. Berlin: de Gryyter Saur, 2016.

Amit, Gish. Ex Libris: Chronicles of Theft, Preservation, and Appropriating at the Jewish National Library.” The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2014. (in Hebrew)

Atwood, Roger. Stealing History:  Tomb Raiders, Smugglers, and the Looting of the Ancient World. New York, 2004.

Bähr, Astrid. German Sales 1930-1945. Bibliographie der Auktionskataloge aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Für die Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, hrsg. Joachim Brand and Moritz Wullen, September 2013.

Bernsau, Tanja. Die Besatzer als Kuratoren? Der Central Collecting Point Wiesbaden als Drehscheibe für einen Wiederaufbau der Museumslandschaft nach 1945. Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2013.

Borak, Mecislav. „The West“ Versus „The East“ or the United Europe? The different conceptions of provenance research, documentation and indemnification of looted cultural assets and the possibilities of international cooperation in Europe and worldwide. Proceedings of an international academic conference held in Podebrady on 8-9 October 2013. Documentation Centre for Property Transfers of Cultural Assets of WWII Victims, Prague 2014.

Buck, Rebecca and Jean Allman Gilmore. The New Museum Registration Methods. 5th ed. Washington, DC, 2011.

Buomberger, Thomas. Magnaguagno, Guido. Schwarzbuch Bührle. Raubkunst für das Kunsthaus Zürich? Zürich: Rotpunktverlag, 2015.

Campfens, Evelien (ed.). Fair and Just Solutions?” Alternatives to litigation in Nazi-looted art disputes: status quo and new developments. Restitutie Commissie. The Hague: Eleven International Publication, 2015.

Clark, Ian Christie and Lewis E. Levy. National Legislation to Encourage International Cooperation: The Challenge to Our Cultural Heritage. Paris: UNESCO, 1986.

Chamberlin, E. R.  Loot!: The Heritage of Plunder. New York: Facts on File, 1983.

Czernin, Hubertus. Die Auslöschung: der Fall Thorsch (The Extinction: The Thorsch Case). Vienna: Molden, 1998.

De Jaeger, Charles. The Linz File: Hitler’s Plunder of Europe’s Art. Exeter, England: Webb & Bower, 1981.

Dreyfus, Jean-Marc. L’Impossible Réparation. Déportés, biens spoliés, or nazi, comptes bloqués, criminels de guerre. Flammarion, January 2015.

Dreyfus, Jean-Marc. Le Catalogue Goering. Un Document Exceptionnel Inédit. Flammarion, 2015.

Eckert, Astrid. The Struggle for the Files: The Western Allies and the Return of German Archives after the Second World War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Edsel, Robert M.  Rescuing da Vinci: Hitler and the Nazis Stole Europe’s Great Art, America and Her Allies Recovered It. Dallas, TX: Laurel Publishers, 2006.

Estreicher, Charles, ed. Cultural Losses of Poland: Index of Polish Cultural Losses during the German Occupation. London: n.p., 1944.

Felch, Jason and Ralph Frammolino. Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt for Looted Antiquities at the World’s Richest Museum. New York, 2011.

Feliciano, Hector. The Lost Museum: The Nazi Conspiracy to Steal the World’s Greatest Works of Art. New York: BasicBooks, 1997.

Finger, Jürgen. Keller, Sven. Wirsching, Andreas. Dr. Oetker und der Nationalsozialismus – Geschichte eines Familienunternehmens 1933-1945. Munich: C.H. Beck, 2013.

Fuhrmeister, Christian. Kunsthistoriker im Krieg. Deutscher Militärischer Kunstschutz in Italien 1943-1945. Köln: Böhlau, 2012.

Fuhrmeister, Christian. “Führerauftrag Monumentalmalerei.” Eine Fotokampagne 1943-1945. Köln: Böhlau, 2006.

Gallas, Elisabeth. Das Leichenhaus der Buecher. Kulturrestitution und juedisches Geschichtsdenken nach 1945. Schriftenreihe des Simon-Dubnow-Instituts, Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013.

Gensburger, Sarah. Witnessing the Robbing of the Jews. A Photographic Album, Paris, 1940-1944. Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2015.

Glickman, Mark. Stolen Words: The Nazi Plunder of Jewish Books. Lincoln, Philadelphia: University of Nebraska Press, 2016.

Goschler, Constantin. Wiedergutmachung: Westdeutschland und die Verfolgten der Nationalsozialismus 1945 – 1954. Munich: Oldenbourg, 1992.

Grabowski, Jörn. Winter, Petra (eds.) Zwischen Politik und Kunst: Die Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus, Köln: Böhlau, 2013.

Greenfield, Jeannette. The Return of Cultural Treasures. 2d ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy. Reconstructing the Record of Nazi Cultural Plunder: A Guide to the Dispersed Archives of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR) and the Postwar Retrieval of ERR Loot, published online, 2016/17.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy. Hoogewoud, F.J. and Eric Ketelaar (eds). Returned from Russia: Nazi Archival Plunder in Western Europe and Recent Restitution Issues. United Kingdom: Institute for Art and Law, 2007.  Paper edition with an updated Afterword by Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, 2013.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy, Trophies of War and Empire: The Archival Heritage of the Ukraine, World War II, and the International Politics of Restitution. Cambridge: Harvard Papers in Ukrainian Studies, 2001.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy, U.S. Restitution of Nazi-Looted Cultural Treasures to the USSR, 1945-1959: Facsimile Documents from the National Archives of the United States. CD-ROM edition. (Washington, DC: GPO, 2001).

Grynberg, Anne. Linsler, Johanna. L’Irréparable. Itinéraires d’artistes et d’amateurs d’art juifs, réfugiés du Troisième Reich en France. / Irreparabel. Lebenswege jüdischer Künstlerinnen, Künstler und Kunstkenner auf der Flucht aus dem „Dritten Reich“ in Frankreich. Veröffentlichungen der Koordinierungsstelle Magdeburg,  vol. 9, bearb. v. Andrea Baresel-Brand, Magdeburg 2012.

Hammer, Katharina. Splendor in the Dark: The Recovery of Art Treasures in Salzkammergut at the End of WWII. Vienna: Osterreichiscer Bundesverlag, 1986.

Hand, Séan. Katz, Steven (ed.) Post-Holocaust France and the Jews, 1945-1955. New York: NYU Press, 2015.

Harclerode, Peter, and Brendan Pittaway. The Lost Masters: World War II and the Looting of Europe’s Treasurehouses. New York: Welcome Rain Publishers, 2000.

Hauschke-Wicklaus, Gabriele. Amborn-Morgenstern, Angelika and Erika Jacobs. Fast vergessen: Das amerikanische Bücherdepot in Offenbach am Main von 1945 bis 1949. Offenbach am Main: Geschichtswerkstatt Offenbach, 2011.

Heil, Johannes. Weber, Annette (ed.) Ersessene Kunst – Der Fall Gurlitt. Berlin: Metropol Verlag, Juni 2015.

Hickley, Catherine. The Munich Art Hoard: Hitler’s Dealer ans His Secret Legacy. London: Thames and Hudson, 2015.

Hoffman, Barbara T. Art and Cultural Heritage: Law, Policy, and Practice. Cambridge, 2006.

Hoffmann, Meike. Kuhn, Nicola. Hitlers Kunsthändler. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895–1956. München: C.H. Beck, 2016.

Hopp, Meike. “‘Ist Moderne Kunst noch ein Spekulationsobjekt?’ Das Gesetz über das Versteigerergewerbe und die Regulierung des Auktionswesens durch die Reichskammer der bildenden Künste”. Tiedermann, Anja (ed.) Die Kammer schreibt schon wieder. Das Reglement für den Handel mit Moderner Kunst im Nationalsozialismus. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter 2016 (Schriften der Forschungsstelle “Entartete Kunst”, Bd. 10), pp. 49-68.

Howe, Thomas Carr. Salt Mines and Castles: The Discovery and Restitution of Looted European Art. New York: Bobbs Merrill, 1946.

ICOM, Cent Objets Disparus:  One Hundred Missing Objects. Paris, 2001.

IFAR (International Foundation for Art Research),  Provenance Guide, updated version May 2017.

Ilatovskaya, Tatiana. Master Drawings Rediscovered Treasures from Prewar German Collections. New York: Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and State Hermitage Museum in association with Harry N. Abrams, 1996. (Catalog of the exhibition held at the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, December 3 – March 31, 1997).

Interim Report. Paris: Commission for the Study of the Spoilation of Jews in France: April-December 1997, December 31, 1997.

Järvinen, Markkhu. Convention of the Hague of 1954 by UNESCO for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. n.p.: International Council on Archives, 1995. 9 pp. (Presentation at XXXIst International Conference of the Round Table on Archives, “War, Archives, and the Comity of Nations, 1st working session, “Protection of Records During War”, Washington, September 6-9. 1995).

The Jeu de Paume and the Looting of France. New York: Cultural Property Research Foundation, 1998.

Kogelfranz, Siegfried and Willi A. Korte. Quedlingburg – Texas und zurück (Quedlinburg – Texas and Back). Unich: Droemer Knaur, 1994.

Koldehoff, Stefan. Die Bilder sind unter uns. Das Geschäft mit der NS-Raubkunst. Frankfurt: Eichborn Verlag, 2009.

Kowalski, Wojciech. Liquidation of the Effects of World War II in the Area of Culture. Warsaw: Institute of Culture, 1994.

Kowalski, Wojciech. Kuhnke, Monika. Wrobel, Justyna. Raub und Restitution. Aktivitäten des polnischen Ministeriums für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten im Bereich der Rückgabe der von Polen im Zweiten Weltkrieg verlorenen Kulturgüter.  Edited and published by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2016. [The book is only available in selected libraries.]

Kramar, Konrad. Wie die Bergleute von Altaussee Hitlers Raubkunst vor der Vernichtung retteten. Wien: Residenz Verlag, 2013.

Kurtz, Michael J.  America and the Return of Nazi Contraband: The Recovery of Europe’s Cultural Treasures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Kurtz, Michael J.  Nazi Contraband: American Policy on the Return of European Cultural Treasures, 1945-1955. New York: Garland, 1985.

Kurz, Jakob. Kunstraub in Europa 1939-1945 (Art Theft in Europe, 1939-1945). Hamburg: Facta Oblita, 1989.

Langfeld, Gregor. Soeting, Margreeth and Margriet Schavemaker. The Museum and the Second World War.”  Amsterdam: Bas Lubberhuizen, 2015. (Exhibition Catalogue: http://www.stedelijk.nl/en/exhibitions/the-stedelijk-museum-the-second-world-war)

La Farge, Henry. Lost Treasures of Europe: 427 Photographs. New York: Pantheon, 1946.

Lauterbach, Iris.  Der Central Collecting Point in München. Kunstschutz, Restitution, Neubeginn. München/Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag 2015. (Veröffentlichungen des Zentralinstituts für Kunstgeschichte in München, 34)

Lauterbach, Iris. Steinle, Piero. Rosefeldt, Julian. Bürokratie und Kult. Das Parteizentrum der NSDAP am Königsplatz in München. München/Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag 1995. (Veröffentlichungen des Zentralinstituts für Kunstgeschichte in München, X)

Lauterbach, Iris. “„Arche Noah“, „Museum ohne Besucher“? Der Central Art Collecting Point in München.” Baresel-Brand, Andrea (ed.) Entehrt, Ausgeplündert, Arisiert. Entrechtung und Enteignung der Juden. Magdeburg: Coordination Office for Lost Cultural Assets, 2005, pg. 335–352)

Leff, Lisa Moses. The Archive Thief: The Man Who Salvaged French Jewish History in the Wake of the Holocaust. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Levin, Itamar. The Last Chapter of the Holocaust? The Struggle over the Restitution of Jewish Property in Europe. Revised ed. Jewish Agency for Israel and the World Jewish Restitution Organization, 1998.

Lillie, Sophie. Was einmal war: Handbuch der enteigneten Kunstsammlungen Wiens. Vienna: 2003.

Maser, Werner. Hitler’s Letters and Notes. New York: Harper and Row, 1973.

Karl E. Meyer, The Plundered Past: The Story of the Illegal International Traffic in Works of Art.  New York: 1973 [OUT OF PRINT].

Malaro, Marie.  A Legal Primer on Managing Museum Collections. Washington DC and London: 2012.

Moorehead, Caroline. The Lost Treasures of Troy. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1994.

Morozzi, Luisa, and Rita Paris, editors. Treasures Untraced: An Inventory of the Italian Art Lost During the Second World War. Rome: Istituto poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, 1995.

Mravik, László, editor. The “Sacco Di Budapest” and Depredation of Hungary, 1938-1949: Works of Art Missing from Hungary as a Result of the Second World War: Looted, Smuggled, Captured, Lost and Destroyed Art Works, Books, and Archival Documents: Preliminary and Provisional Catalog. Budapest: Hungarian National Gallery for the Joint Restitution Committee at the Hungarian Ministry of Culture and Education, 1998.

Nicholas, Lynn H. The Rape of Europa: The Fate of Europe’s Treasures in the Third Reich and the Second World War. New York: Vintage Books, 1995.

Noblecourt, André. Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. Paris: UNESCO, 1958.

Perry, Victor. Stolen Art. New York: Gefen, 2000.

Petropoulos, Jonathan. Art as Politics in the Third Reich. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1996.

Petropoulos, Jonathan. The Faustian Bargain: The Art World in Nazi Germany. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Petropoulos, Jonathan. Artists Under Hitler: Collaboration and Survival in Nazi Germany.”  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014.

Pomrenze, Seymour J.  Personal Reminiscences of the Offenbach Archival Depot, 1946-49: Fulfilling International and Moral Obligations. Washington: U.S. Holocaust Museum, 1998.

Posner, Ernst. Memorandum Concerning the Protection and Salvage of Cultural Objects and Records in War Areas. Washington: American Council of Learned Societies, 1944.

Premk, Janez. Hudelja, Michaela. Tracing Jewish Heritage: A Guidebook to Slovenia. JAS Research and Documentation Center, Ljubljana 2014.

Renold, Marc-André, and Pierre Gabus, editors. Claims for the Restitution of Looted Art. Zürich: Schulthess, 2004.

Répertoire des Biens Spoliés en France Durant la Guerre, 1939-1945

Rorimer, James Joseph. Survival: the Salvage and Protection of Art in War. New York: Abelard, 1950. xi, 291 pp.

Rousseau, Theodore. The Goering Collection. Washington: Office of Strategic Service, Art Looting Investigation Unit, 1945. 175 leaves. (Consolidated interrogation report no. 2).

Roxan, David and Ken Wanstall. The Rape of Art: The Story of Hitler’s Plunder of the Great Masterpieces of Europe. New York: Coward-McCann, 1965. 195 pp.

Rydell, Anders. The Book Thieves: The Nazi Looting of Europe’s Libraries and the Race to Return a Literary Inheritance. New York: Viking, 2017.

Schachl-Raber, Schmoller, Ursula. Buchraub in Salzburg: Bibliotheks- und NS-Provenienzforschung an der Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg. Salzburg: Müry Salzmann, 2012.

Schleusener, Jan. Raub von Kulturgut. Der Zugriff des NS-Staats auf jüdischen Kunstbesitz in München und seine Nachgeschichte. Kooperationsprojekt der staatlichen und städtischen Museen Münchens mit der Universität Erfurt (Lehrstuhl für Zeitgeschichte), Bayerische Studien zur Museumsgeschichte Band 3, München/Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2016.

Schnabel, Gunnar, and Monika Tatzkow. Nazi Looted Art: Handbuch Kunstrestitution Weltweit. Berlin: Proprietas-Verlag, 2007.

Schölnberger, Pia. Loitfellner, Sabine. Bergung von Kulturgut im Nationalsozialismus. Mythen – Hintergründe – Auswirkungen. Schriftenreihe der Kommission für Provenienzforschung, Band 6. Wien: Böhlau, 2016.

Shapreau, Carla. The Vienna Archives: Musical Expropriations During the Nazi Era and 21st Century Ramifications. Austrian Marhall Plan Foundation Report, 2014.

Simon, Matila. The Battle of the Louvre: The Struggle to Save French Art in World War II. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1971.

Simpson, Elizabeth. The Spoils of War: World War II and Its Aftermath: The Loss, Reappearance, and Recovery of Cultural Property. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1997.

Siviero, Rodolfo. Second National Exhibition of the Works of Art Recovered in Germany. Florence: Sansoni, 1950.

Skilton, John. Défense de l’art européen: souvenirs d’un officier americain specialiste des monuments (Salvaging European Art: Memories of an American Monuments Officer). Paris: Editions Internationales, 1948.

Smyth, Craig Hugh. Repatriation of Art from the Collecting Point in Munich after World War II. Maarsen, The Hague: G. Schwartz/SDU, 1988.

Treasures Untraced – An Inventory of the Italian Art Treasures Lost during the Second World War. Rome: Ministero per i Beni Culturali e Ambientali and Instituto Poligrafico e Zecca della Stato, 1995.

Tyczyńska, Anna, and Krystyna Znojewska, editors. Straty wojenne, malarstwo polskie, obrazy olejne, pastele, akwarele utracone w latach 1939-1945 w granicach Polski po 1945. Poznań: Ministerstwo Kultury i Sztuki, Biuro Pełnomocnika Rządu do Spraw Polskiego Dziedzictwa Kulturalnego za Granicą, 1998.

Valland, Rose. Le Front de l’art: défense des collections françaises (The Art Front: Defending the French Collections), Paris: Plon, 1961.

Vlug, Jean. Report on Objects Removed to Germany from Holland, Belgium, and France during the German Occupation of the Countries. Amsterdam: Report of Stichting Nederlands Kunstbesit, 1945.

Vogel, Barbara (ed.) Restitution von NS-Raubkunst. Der historisch begründete “Anspruch auf eine Rechtslage.” Essen: Klartext, 2016.

Watson, Peter. Todeschini, Cecilia. The Medici Conspiracy:  The Illicit Journey of Looted Antiquities From Italy’s Tomb Raiders to the World’s Greatest Museums.  New York: 2007.

 

Wechsler, Helen. Coate-Saal, Teri, and John Lukavic. Museum Policy and Procedures for Nazi-Era Issues. Washington. Washington DC: American Association of Museums, 2001.

Weil, Stephen E. “Collecting Then, Collecting Today: What’s the Difference?” pp. 141-150 (chapter 14) and “The American Legal Response to the Problem of Holocaust Art,” pp. 214-238 (chapter 20) in Making Museums Matter. Washington, DC, 2002.

Woolley, Charles Leonard. A Record of the Work Done by the Military Authorities for the Protection of the Treasures of Art and History in War Areas. London: HMSO, 1947. 71 pp.

Yeide, Nancy H., Konstantin Akinsha, and Amy L. Walsh, editors. The AAM Guide to Provenance Research. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 2001.

Zeidler, Kamil. Restitution of Cultural Property: A Hard Case – Theory of Argumentation – Philosophy of Law. University Gdansk, 2016.

 

On the dispersal of Judaica:

Dana Herman, Hashavat Avedah: A History of Jewish Cultural Reconstruction, Inc. (Ph.D. diss., McGill University, 2008).

Julie-Marthe Cohen with Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek (eds.), Neglected Witnesses. The Fate of Judaica Collections during World War II.  Crickadarn 2011.

Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Descriptive Catalogue of Looted Judaica (created 2009 and partially updated in 2016).

 

Articles:

Adams, E. E. “Looted art treasures go back to France”. Quartermaster Review 26 (September-October 1946): 16-23, 77-80, 83-84, 87.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “The secret depositories slowly open”. ARTnews 91, no.4( April 1992): 48+.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “A Soviet-German exchange of war treasures”? ARTnews 90, no.5 (May 1991): 1340-139.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “The turmoil over Soviet war treasures”. ARTnews 90, no.10 (December 1991): 110-115.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “Duma does it”. ARTnews 96, no.4 (April 1997): 65-66.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “Hermitage sequel”.  ARTnews 96, no.3 (March 1997): 56.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “War loot: drawings for Deutsche Marks”. ARTnews 91, no.7 (September 1992): 35.

Akinsha, Konstantin. “Russia: whose art is it”. ARTnews 91, no.5 (May 1992): 100+.

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “Spoils of war: the Soviet Union’s hidden art treasures”. ARTnews 90, no.4 (April 1991): 130-141.

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “Yeltsin – repatriation is a long way off”. ARTnews 91, no.6 (Summer 1992): 45+.

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “Moscow: war loot – drawings for Deutsche marks”. ARTnews (September 1992).

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “To return or not to return”. ARTnews 93, no.8 (October 1994): 154+.

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “Moscow: let the museums decide”. ARTnews (December 1992).

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “Das Gold von Troja liegt in Moskau (Trojan gold residing in Moscow)”. ARTnews 4 (April 1993).

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “The Soviets’ war treasures: a growing controversy”. ARTnews 90, no.7 (September 1991): 112-119.

Akinsha, Konstantin and Grigorii Kozlov. “The discovery of the secret repositories”. The Spoils of War – World War II and Its Aftermath: The Loss, Reappearance, and Recovery of Cultural Property, 162-165. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1997. (Paper presented at international symposium, The Spoils of War, sponsored by Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York, January, 1995).

Aldous, Tony. “Lost without trace”. History Today (London) 42 (August 1992): 2+.

Amit, Gish. “Ownerless Objects. The Story of the books Palestinians left behind.” Jerusalem Quarterly 33, 2008.

Amit, Gish. “‘The Largest Jewish Library in the World’: The Books of Holocaust Victims and their Redistribution Following World War II.”  Dapim. Studies on the Holocaust. 27:2, 107-128.

Attias, Laurie. “Looking for loot at the Louvre”. ARTnews 97, no.4 (April 1998): 74.

Paul M. Bator, “An Essay on the International Trade in Art“. Stanford Law Review 34, no. 2 (January, 1982): pp. 275-384.

Beck, Ernest. “Hungary asks Russia for missing art treasures”. ARTnews 91, no.4 (April 1992): 45+.

Bittman, Alexander. “Spoils of war”. History Today 49, no.1 (January 1999): 3.

Bloedow, Edmund. “The authenticity and integrity of ‘Priam’s Treasure'”. Boreas 14-15 (1991-1992).

Boguslavskij, M. M. “Contemporary legal problems of return of cultural property to its country of origin in Russia and the Confederation of Independent States”. International Journal of Cultural Property 3, no.2 (1994): 243-256.

Borský, Maroš. “Inside the Museum: When Orthodox synagogue meets museum: the New Jewish Community Museum in Bratislava.” East European Jewish Affairs, 2015, Vol. 45, Nos. 2–3, 261–26.

Bradsher, Greg. “Monuments Men and Nazi Treasures.” Prologue, Vol. 45, Nr.2, October 2013.

Breitenbach, Edgar. “Historical survey of the Intelligence Department, MFAA Section, in OMGB, 1946-1949”. College Art Journal 9(Winter 1949-1950): 192-198.

Breslau, Karen. “The heist of 1945: the looted treasures of Europe may at last be returned to their owners”. Newsweek 118, no.3 (July 15, 1991): 51+.

Buomberger, Thomas. “The baron’s share”. ARTnews (November 1998): 75.

Busterud, John A. “The treasure in the salt mine”. Army – Arlington (Association of the United States Army) 47, no.3 (March 1997): 47-51.

Chamberlin, Eric Russell. “Adolf Hitler”. Loot! The Heritage of Plunder, 149. London: Thames and Hudson, 1983.

Judith Church, “Evolving U.S. Case Law on Cultural Property Disputes”. International Journal of Cultural Property 1, no. 2 (1993): pp. 47-71.

Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Authorization to Secretary of the Army to return certain works of art to the Federal Republic of Germany. Washington: GPO, 1981. 5 pp. (97th Cong. 1st sess., H.Rpt.97-298).

Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Temporary retention in the U.S. of certain German paintings. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1948. iii, 89 pp. (80th Cong. 2nd sess., S. Hrg., 1948).

Czernin, Hubertus. “Law of return”. ARTnews (November 1998): 80.

DeAngelis,  Ildiko P. “How Much Provenance Research is Enough? Post-Schultz Guidelines for Art Museum Acquisition of Archaeological Materials and Ancient Art”. Hoffman, pp.398-408.

Decker, Andrew. “An untapped, if forbidden, source”. ARTnews 91, no.7 (September 1992): 36+.

Decker, Andrew. “A legacy of shame”. ARTnews 83, no.10 (December 1984): 54-82.

Decker, Andrew. “”My argument was not with the German people””. ARTnews (September 1992): 36 – 37.

Decker, Andrew and Konstantin Akinsha. “A worldwide treasure hunt”. ARTnews 90, no.6 (Summer 1991): 130-138.

Decker, Andrew and Milton Esterow. “Austria’s bid for justice”. ARTnews 95, no.11 (December 1996): 90.

Decker, Andrew and Ferdinancd Protzman. “Vienna: complexity, contradictions”. ARTnews 88, no.5 (May 1989): 63.

Decker, Andrew and Mariana Schroeder. “Blocking the black market”. ARTnews 94, no.4 (April 1995): 46.

Dehnel, Regine. “NS-Raubgut in Museen, Bibliotheken und Archiven. Restitution, universitaere Forschung und Provenienzrecherche.” Zeitgeschichte online (May 2014)

Deme, Katalin.  “From Restored Past to Unsettled Present: New Challenges for Jewish Museums in East Central Europe.” East European Jewish Affairs, 2015, Vol. 45, Nos. 2–3, 252–260.

Deshmukh, Marion. “Recovering culture: the Berlin National Gallery and the U.S. occupation, 1945-1949”. Central European History 4, no.411-439 (27).

Deshmukh, Marion. “Recovering culture: the Berlin National Gallery and the U.S. occupation 1945-1949”. Central European History 27 (1994): 411-439.

Dornberg, John. “The mounting embarrassment of Germany’s Nazi treasures”. ARTnews 88, no.7 (September 1988): 130-141.

Dostert, Paul. “Art recovery in Luxemburg”. Cultural treasures moved because of the war: a cultural legacy of the Second World war: documentation and research on losses, 103-108. Bremen:  Koordinierungsstelle der Länder, 1995. (Documentation of the International Meeting in Bremen, November 30 to December 2, 1994).

Dowd, Raymond. “Nazi Looted Art and Cocaine: When Museum Directors Take It, Call the Cops.” Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, Vol. 14, May 2013.

Dreyfus, Jean-Marc. “Le pillage des bibliothèques – et particulièrement des bibliothèques juives – en Alsace annexée, 1940–1945”.  Saisies, spoliations, pp. 241–50.

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