Set to open next year, Warsaw's new Jewish museum will be home to one of the world's most extensive exhibitions about the history of Jewish life. Organizers expect to welcome up to half a million visitors annually.
When his "degenerate" works were destroyed by the Nazis, artist Leo Maillet fled to France to express himself with whatever means he could. An exhibition in Frankfurt showcases the work of the forgotten Jewish artist.
The president of the World Jewish Congress has accused German museums of a lack of transparency about works looted from Jews by the Nazis. Ronald Lauder said the government must do more to force them to act.
A German panel has said a medieval treasure trove at the center of a long-running ownership dispute should stay in Germany. Heirs of Jewish collectors seeking to recover the trove say the sale was made under Nazi duress.
Germany's search for treasures stolen by the Nazis needs to be significantly reinforced, Isabel Pfeiffer-Poensgen tells DW. The Cultural Foundation of the States is calling for a systematic review of collections.
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