Anti-semitic legislation second world war

For over five years, the Shoah Memorial gives those who became victims of spoliations in France during the Second World War advice on their rights to reparation.

The restoration of stolen Jewish funds is only one of the many concerns of the Shoah Memorial. Be it the restitution of art works or other forms of compensation ? our website informs you about your rights in case you suffered damages caused by spoliation of material and financial assets during the anti-Semitic legislation.

Anti-semitic legislation second world war

Restitution of stolen Jewish funds

Jews who suffered spoliation because of the anti-Semitic legislation can address their applications for the restitution of their stolen funds to the 'Commission for the compensation of victims of spoliation'. In the last 10 years, this commission has provided 450 million Euros for reparation purposes.

Spoliated artwork during the Occupation

An illustrated catalogue published by the Management of French Museums is supposed to help victims of spoliation to get back artwork that was spoliated by Nazi Germany. Thus, requests for restitution and compensation can be handled more easily.

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