Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Cornelius Gurlitt, son of the Nazi art dealer, claims that the art is legally his.

The latest chapter in the saga of the Nazi-era looted art.


A Cuban In London said...

Thanks a lot for this. I've followed some of the stories about this. I don't know what to think, really :-)

Greetings from London.

Namastenancy said...

Germany’s credibility is on the line in its handling of a vast Nazi-era hoard of priceless artworks and the country must take bold steps to give back property to its rightful owners. It was being treated as a tax issue but it's a lot more than that. There is a 30 year statue of limitations and Gurlitt is counting on that. In my opinion, he's crazy like a fox.