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Nazi-looted art : the public international law dimension

O'Donnell, Therese (2004) Nazi-looted art : the public international law dimension. In: Chatham House rules meeting, 2004-11-12.

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Abstract

This paper discusses the public international law dimension on Nazi looted art. This paper was held at the Lauterpacht Research Centre as part of the Chatham House rules meeting in 2004.