Aside from incalculable human cost, World War II left property-rights issues whose repercussions are felt to this day in its wake. Nowhere is this truer than in the art world, where the Nazi seizure and fire sale of state-disapproved "degenerate" art and Jewish collections has been followed by the still-incomplete and often willfully blocked process of restitution—returning lost works to victims or, more often,... More >>>