Nazi Art Looting: Stolen Art Returned
As reported in the New York Times,
“Starting in 1939, Nazi henchmen and art dealers bought and stole thousands of paintings, sculptures, tapestries and other objects from private collections across Europe, then stockpiled them.” The goal was to include them in Adolf Hitler’s unrealized Führermuseum.
At this important lecture, attorney, Raymond J. Dowd will discuss laws that were passed leading to the return of stolen art to its rightful owners.
Mr. Dowd is specializes in copyright litigation and Nazi art looting.
Refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to the community.