Suit Seeks Return of Nazi Art from Dutch Museums

November 24th, 2018

The New York Times traces the lives of dealers Benjamin and Nathan Katz, the sales their artworks to Nazi officials, and the lawsuit filed by the Katz family to reclaim it. “The Dutch have a vested interest in keeping this art, the United States only has a vested interest in what’s fair,” said Joel Androphy, the lawyer for Katz heir, Bruce Berg, who filed the lawsuit in the states.

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