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11/01/2016
Forward - How Did Nazi-Looted Art Wind Up in Israel — and What Can Be Done About It?
04/01/2016
Looking for the owners of looted art
Looking for the owners of looted art
20/12/2015
Nazi Looted Art Shows Up in Israel Amid Efforts to Restitute Holocaust Assets
Nazi Looted Art Shows Up in Israel Amid Efforts to Restitute Holocaust Assets - IBA News
20/12/2015
Israeli museum hopes to solve mystery of looted painting
Eugeniusz Zak’s painting The Beggar, recently identified as stolen by the Nazis, being used to raise awareness about plundered artworks
20/12/2015
Artwork stolen by Nazis found… at Israeli museum
07/12/2014
Jewishtribune - Dr. Israel Peleg
20/07/2014
TLV1 - HOLOCAUST RESTITUTION: BRINGING BACK NAZI-LOOTED ARTWORK
05/03/2014
The Art Newspaper - Israel steps up hunt for Nazi-looted art
Museums under pressure to research collections for Holocaust victims’ assets
14/01/2014
Cultural Property and Heritage - Could Israeli Museums House Nazi Looted Art?
09/01/2014
JTA - Israeli museums may own Nazi-looted art, group says
(JTA) — An Israeli organization that recovers Jewish assets stolen by the Nazis said hundreds of items in Israeli museums may have been looted.
08/01/2014
Times of Israel - Group to search for Nazi-looted artwork in Israel
Museums will track down owners of art transported to Israel in the 1950s and return pieces to heirs
24/04/2013
Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called upon the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.
Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called upon the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.
24/04/2013
At the end of March 2011, a compromise was reached and an agreement was signed between the Company and Bank Leumi Le-Israel B.M
This sum corresponds to the assets of Jews who perished in the Holocaust, assets which were held and managed by the Jewish National Fund for decades.
12/03/2013
An important achievement for the families of Holocaust Victims
Mercantile Bank and the Company for Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, signed an agreement according to which, Mercantile Bank will transfer over 5 Million NIS to the Company, in respect of accounts that belonged to Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
09/12/2012
Forward - Least Known Holocaust Restitution Project
04/11/2012
An important achievement for the families of Holocaust Victims
Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot and the Company for Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, signed an agreement according to which the bank will transfer 9.5 Million NIS to the Company, in respect of accounts and shares purchased by Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
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