Commission for the Compensation of Victims of Spoliation
Resulting from the Anti-Semitic Legislation in Force during the Occupation


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The JDCRP launches its pilot project

The Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project (JDCRP) has just launched its pilot project dedicated to the Adolphe Schloss collection, spoliated in 1943.

The JDCRP project ‘s goal is a database of Jewish cultural property looted as a result of National Socialism. This objective is fully in line with the Washington Principles which, as early as 1998, called for the establishment of a central database.

The pilot project is the starting point for the creation of a comprehensive database to bring together the objects and works of art spoliated by the Nazis and their collaborators. The CIVS is a partner in this project, supported by the European Union.

To learn more about the JDCRP