When it comes to Nazi looting, the past is not dead.Nor should it be. Even now more than three-quarters of a century after the Holocaust, Nazi-looted art cases still provide direct justice to victimized families while also advancing broader historical redress known as “transitional justice,” which since World War II has become a means to address mass atrocities through criminal trials, civil litigation, truth reconciliation commissions, memorials, and reparations.


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