This is the intriguing story of Erich Slomovic, a young Croatian Jew working in Paris as an art dealer during the period leading up to the Nazi invasion of France. Murdered and looted by the Nazis, the legal ownership Slomovic's impressive art collection is still tied up in the international courts.
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The late Victor Perry, a journalist, researched the story of Erich Slomovic 50 years aafter the crimes were committed. After interviewing government officials, legal advisors, as well as Slomovic's friends in France and the former Yugoslavia, Perry followed the incredible and endless trail of lawsuits, counter-lawsuits, ignored court orders, duplicity and greed.
Professor Stephen C. Feinstein, head of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies and Lecturer at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, wrote the introduction to STOLEN ART. Prof. Feinstein is the noted authority and lecturer on the subject of the Holocaust and stolen art from that era.
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Book Description Gefen Publishing House, Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P119652291870
Book Description Gefen Publishing House, Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M9652291870