German Court Orders Museum to Return Nazi-Looted Posters to Heir

A German court ordered Berlin’s Deutsches Historisches Museum to return a collection of 4,259 posters looted by the Gestapo to the son of Hans Sachs, a Jewish dentist who fled Nazi Germany, Sachs’s lawyer said.

“We won on all counts,” Matthias Druba of FPS Rechtsanwaelte, Sachs’s Berlin lawyer, said in an e-mail today.

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