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The spoils of war World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property

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  • "Based on the acclaimed international symposium held in 1995, The Spoils of War explores the ongoing debate over the vast amounts of art and cultural property displaced as a result of World War II. Not only paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts but also archaeological artifacts, rare books and manuscripts, musical instruments and scores, religious objects, and memorabilia of every description were seized by the Nazis, taken by individuals, or removed to the USSR by the Soviet army at the end of the war."

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  • "Kongress"
  • "Conference proceedings"
  • "New York (NY, 1995)"

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  • "The spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property ; [proceedings of the historic international symposium presented in January 1995 in New York City by The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts]"
  • "The spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath ; the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property ; [papers of a symposium ... Jan. 1995, in New York]"
  • "The spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath: the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"
  • "The spoils of war : world war II and its aftermath: the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"
  • "The spoils of war World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"@en
  • "The Spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"@en
  • "The Spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"
  • "The spoils of war : World War II and its aftermath : the loss, reappearance, and recovery of cultural property"