- "Stolen Legacy is the story of how the Nazis deprived a once prominent Berlin Jewish family of their landmark building--and the fight to reclaim it. This updated edition includes new evidence from archives in the United States, Germany, and Britain about the Victoria [Insurance Company]'s wartime chairman who, post-war, received national and academic honors."--Cover.
- Gold, Dina, author.
- Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, 
- Revised and updated
I've come to claim my family's building
My mother's birth
The gathering storm
Entjudung (the removal of Jews from the German economy)
"What would I do without the Lüneberger 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
New archives, new answers
The evidence from Sachsenhausen
The fate of Dresdener Strasse
Fritz's life during the war
Exit from the Reich
The Victoria's history
The terrible truth about Dr. Kurt Hamann
Swiss banks and other matters
An unwanted discovery
A Stolpenstein for Fritz
The Victoria's War
The curious case of Dr. Emil Herzfelder
Mannheim and Hamann : the missing years
The enigma of Dr. Kurt Hamann
1943 : Dr. Hamann is denounced
Postscript : A plaque at last.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-387) and index.
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 Lüneberger 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 -- New archives, new answers -- The evidence from Sachsenhausen -- The fate of Dresdener Strasse -- Fritz's life during the war -- Exit from the Reich -- Deutsche bank -- The Victoria's history -- The terrible truth about Dr. Kurt Hamann -- Swiss banks and other matters -- An unwanted discovery -- A Stolpenstein for Fritz -- Declarations -- The Victoria's War -- The curious case of Dr. Emil Herzfelder -- Directive -- Mannheim and Hamann : the missing years -- The enigma of Dr. Kurt Hamann -- Unfinished business -- 1943 : Dr. Hamann is denounced -- Postscript : A plaque at last.