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Case Summary

Bamberger Heirs' Claim Against the Kunsthalle in Emden, Germany

In 2002, the Bamberger family and the Kunsthalle in Emden, Germany came to an agreement through which the Kunsthalle would compensate the family for a Nolde painting that was looted by Nazis during the Holocaust and would display the painting’s correct

 provenance . . . .

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