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Tag: Hildebrand Gurlitt
Additional Documents relating to Hildebrand Gurlitt found in the Records of the Office of Military Government for Bavaria
Today’s post was written by Dr. Greg Bradsher, Senior Archivist at the National Archives in College Park. Recently, I found additional documentation regarding Hildebrand Gurlitt and his art treasures that may be of interest to those following the current inquiry in Germany into his art works. The documents were found in: File 007, Monuments and Fine […]
Records of the Office of the Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality Yields New Hildebrand Gurlitt Information
Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher. During the past several weeks there has been international interest in the revelations about some 1,400 works of art, some allegedly acquired from looted Jewish collections, found in a Munich, Germany apartment. Most, if not all, of the works found in Cornelius Gurlitt’s apartment had previously been in […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on December 3, 2013, under Reference.
Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher. During the past several weeks there has been great international interest in the art works that had been in the possession of Hildebrand Gurlitt before and during World War II, some of which were ultimately recovered at war’s end, stored at the United States Army’s Wiesbaden Central […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on November 18, 2013, under Digital Projects, History, Military Records, News, The Process.
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