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Attorney General v. Trustees of the British Museum (Feldmann Heirs)

Attorney General v. Trustees of the British Museum, [2005] 1089 EWHC (Ch) 397 (Eng.).

In this case, the trustees of the British Museum acknowledged that four Old Master drawings in its collection had been looted by Nazis from the Feldmann collection, but were prohibited by British law from returning the works. The museum did, however . . . .

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