Category:Art lost in Poland during World War II

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Art lost in Poland during World War II
The looting of art in Poland was prepared since 1937.[1] Professor Dagobert Frey, who led the "research" in Poland, was responsible for the inventory of works of art that could be looted by the Germans after the invasion.[2] In 1939 Kajetan Mühlmann was appointed the Special Representative for the registration and securing of artistic and cultural treasures in Poland.[3] Raphael-Young man-1.jpg

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  1. () Warszawa oskarża (Warsaw accuses), Ministerstwo Kultury i Sztuki i Ministerstwo Odbudowy Kraju, p. 44
  2. Bernard Newman () Russia's neighbour: the new Poland, V. Gollancz ltd, p. 115
  3. Günther Haase () Kunstraub und Kunstschutz, BoD – Books on Demand, p. 203 ISBN: 38-33489-75-8.
    Sonderbeauftragte für die Erfassung und Sicherung der Kunst- und Kulturschätze

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