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Topic - Karlsruhe Court
A Berlin museum must return thousands of rare posters to an American, part of his Jewish father's unique collection that had been seized by the Nazis, Germany's top federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Germany's top federal appeals court ruled Friday that a Berlin museum must return to a Jewish man from the U.S. thousands of rare posters that were seized from his father by the Gestapo, saying that for the institution to keep them would be perpetuating the crimes of the Nazis.
A Berlin museum must return thousands of rare posters to an American man, part of his Jewish father's unique collection that had been seized by the Nazis, Germany's top federal appeals court ruled Friday.