Disputed Ownership: Reclaiming Stolen Property
Sunday, March 12, 2017,
Brought to you by the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies. Richard Wolffe, “How Do You Put a Price on the Holocaust?” Melanie Kuhr, “Restitution and Resolution” This event has been generously sponsored by the Schuman-Ellman Opportunity Fund.
Venue: JSOM 1.118
Co-Author of The Victim’s Fortune, which captures the personalities, ruthless tactics, and moral dilemmas surrounding the fight over compensation — all unfolding against the backdrop of one of the darkest moments in human history.
Co-Author of Das Haus in East Berlin, the true story of two German families – one Jewish, the other not – whose paths first crossed in Nazi Germany and 70 years later again in the United States in the quest to have a house, which was located in the former East Germany, returned to its rightful owner.
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Brought to you by the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies.
Richard Wolffe, “How Do You Put a Price on the Holocaust?”
Melanie Kuhr, “Restitution and Resolution”
This event has been generously sponsored by the Schuman-Ellman Opportunity Fund.
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