The Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project (JDCRP) has just launched its pilot project dedicated to the Adolphe Schloss collection, spoliated in 1943.
Since the end of 2018, the CIVS exercises extensive new attributions in the area of cultural objects spoliated. To make this action more visible, we have decided to dedicate a new section to it on our website.
Led by a former officer of CIVS, the archives of Bad Arolsen (Hesse) launched a large participatory project aimed at developing the largest database dedicated to the victims of National Socialism.
On Friday 15 November, the conference “Twenty years of reparation for anti-semitic spoliations during the Occupation: between compensation and restitution” will be held in Paris.(see the program).
The 2018 activity report has just been published.
On 23 July 2019, Peter Forner from Berlin handed over a painting by the French painter Nicolas Rousseau to the French State, represented by Ambassador Anne-Marie Descôtes, at the French Embassy. During the Second World War, the painting was transported from France to Berlin, where it remains in the custody of the Forner family to this day.