Looted Artwork

David D'Arcy reports on the latest controversy in Europe surrounding artwork looted by the Nazis during World War Two. In France, a recent presidential report concluded that two thousand pieces of unclaimed art recovered from the Germans have been hanging in French public buildings and embassies around the world. Now there are calls for the government to compensate the rightful owners of this looted art.



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