Heirless art in Austria a benefit for survivors : the Mauerbach benefit sale.
Eight thousand artworks confiscated during the Second World War were held by the Austrian government in Mauerbach, Austria, because their rightful owners could not be identified. In 1995 ownership of the objects was transferred to the Federation of Austrian Jewish Communities. Members of the Federation, the Austrian government, and others discuss the history and significance of the objects which will be sold at auction and the proceeds used to benefit Holocaust survivors and their families.
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- Mauerbach benefit sale
- [Washington, D.C.] : DWJ Television, 1996
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