More than 20% of Europe’s art could have been looted by the Nazis during the Holocaust and in countless cases, the looted art was ultimately transferred to museums and private collections.  When analyzing these transfers, one may detect the use of multiple jurisdictions, forgeries or other common concealment methods.  Given the foregoing, this “Asset Search News Roundup” scrutinizes the transfer of art at the time of the Holocaust-era:

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