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Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries)

This book by librarians Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer and Markus Stumpf equips readers to examine newly acquired books or those that are being retrospectively cataloged in order to determine whether they are, or could be, Nazi-confiscated property. More details: Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries) …

Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (refer to: Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries))

Jan Schleusener: Raub von Kulturgut. Der Zugriff des NS-Staats auf jüdischen Kunstbesitz in München und seine Nachgeschichte (Confiscation of cultural assets. The National Socialist state’s seizure of Jewish art collections in Munich and the aftermath)

For the first time, contemporary historian Jan Schleusener comprehensively documents the wave of confiscations that took place in Munich shortly after the pogroms of November 1938, in which the Gestapo seized 2,500 works of art, furniture and jewelry from numerous Jewish households. More details: Jan Schleusener: Raub von Kulturgut. Der Zugriff des NS-Staats auf jüdischen Kunstbesitz in München und seine Nachgeschichte (Confiscation of cultural assets. The National Socialist state’s seizure of Jewish art collections in Munich and the aftermath) …

Jan Schleusener: Raub von Kulturgut. (refer to: Jan Schleusener: Raub von Kulturgut. Der Zugriff des NS-Staats auf jüdischen Kunstbesitz in München und seine Nachgeschichte (Confiscation of cultural assets. The National Socialist state’s seizure of Jewish art collections in Munich and the aftermath))

Catherine Hickley: Gurlitts Schatz. Hitlers Kunsthändler und sein geheimes Erbe (Hitler’s Dealer and His Secret Legacy)

“Gurlitts Schatz” (Gurlitt's Treasure) is the German translation of Catherine Hickley’s thorough investigation of the “Schwabing Art Trove”, for which the author and journalist conducted intensive archival research. More details: Catherine Hickley: Gurlitts Schatz. Hitlers Kunsthändler und sein geheimes Erbe (Hitler’s Dealer and His Secret Legacy) …

Catherine Hickley: Gurlitts Schatz. Hitlers Kunsthändler und sein geheimes Erbe (refer to: Catherine Hickley: Gurlitts Schatz. Hitlers Kunsthändler und sein geheimes Erbe (Hitler’s Dealer and His Secret Legacy))

Meike Hoffmann, Nicola Kuhn: Hitlers Kunsthändler. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. Die Biographie (Hitler’s Art Dealers. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. The Biography)

The art historian Meike Hoffmann and the art critic and editor of the Tagesspiegel culture pages Nicola Kuhn present the first biography of Hitler’s art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt, the father of Cornelius Gurlitt. Based on in-depth research, the authors reveal intriguing details about the art collector’s life and connections. More details: Meike Hoffmann, Nicola Kuhn: Hitlers Kunsthändler. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. Die Biographie (Hitler’s Art Dealers. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. The Biography) …

Meike Hoffmann, Nicola Kuhn: Hitlers Kunsthändler. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. Die Biographie (refer to: Meike Hoffmann, Nicola Kuhn: Hitlers Kunsthändler. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. Die Biographie (Hitler’s Art Dealers. Hildebrand Gurlitt 1895-1956. The Biography))

Patrick Golenia, Kristina Kratz-Kessemeier, Isabelle Le Masne de Chermont: Paul Graupe (1881–1953). Ein Berliner Kunsthändler zwischen Republik, Nationalsozialismus und Exil (Paul Graupe (1881-1953). A Berlin art dealer caught between the Weimar Republic, National Socialism and Exile)

The art historians Patrick Golenia and Kristina Kratz-Kessemeier and the provenance researcher Isabelle Le Masne de Chermont highlight the fate of the art dealer Paul Graupe, starting with the forced sale of his collection of Jewish art after 1933 until his emigration in 1936/37. An insightful look at the history of the Berlin art trade between the German empire and National Socialism. More details: Patrick Golenia, Kristina Kratz-Kessemeier, Isabelle Le Masne de Chermont: Paul Graupe (1881–1953). Ein Berliner Kunsthändler zwischen Republik, Nationalsozialismus und Exil (Paul Graupe (1881-1953). A Berlin art dealer caught between the Weimar Republic, National Socialism and Exile) …

Patrick Golenia, Kristina Kratz-Kessemeier, Isabelle Le Masne de Chermont: Paul Graupe (1881–1953). Ein Berliner Kunsthändler zwischen Republik, Nationalsozialismus und Exil (refer to: Patrick Golenia, Kristina Kratz-Kessemeier, Isabelle Le Masne de Chermont: Paul Graupe (1881–1953). Ein Berliner Kunsthändler zwischen Republik, Nationalsozialismus und Exil (Paul Graupe (1881-1953). A Berlin art dealer caught between the Weimar Republic, National Socialism and Exile))