Stolen legacy : Nazi theft and the quest for justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin

Gold, Dina, author

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  • Creator Dina Gold ; with a foreword by ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat
  • Format Books
  • Publication Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, 2015.
  • Physical Details
    • xxvii, 278 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
  • ISBNs 9781627229708, 1627229701
  • OCLC ocn899226502

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-251) and index.

Contents

  • I've come to claim my family's building -- H. Wolff -- My mother's birth -- Well-heeled nomads -- The gathering storm -- Palestine -- Entjudung (the removal of Jews from the German economy) -- "What would I do without the L√ľneberger Heide?" -- Making her own way -- After the war : love and marriage -- Those who survived and those who did not -- A question of ownership -- My life in Britain -- What had my grandmother once told me? -- Our investigation begins -- Lawyers and wills -- The smoking gun -- Proving the line of inheritance -- The Reichsbahn's motive -- Claims and counterclaims -- Who's who in Nazi Germany -- Dr. Hamann and the Victoria Insurance Company -- Back to Berlin : the frustration grows -- The formal claim -- Getting their own back -- Light at the end of the tunnel -- Negotiating a price and dividing the payout
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