Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Dutch State has to return Stolen Holocaust Crockery to Heirs of Owners

The advisory commission which deals with stolen Holocaust objects has decided that the Dutch state has to return crockery which belonged to queen Juliana to the heirs of the original owners. The value of this is between several hundreds of thousands and one million Euro. The royal family had undertaken a review of the origin of its art concerning stolen holocaust goods in 2014. In 2015 King Willem Alexander returned thereupon a painting to the heirs of the original owners. In the original review the crockery was apparently overlooked.

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