Searching for Justice After the Holocaust (inbunden)
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Boyd, Kathryn Lee / Nelson, Kristen L. / Shah, Rajika L.
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Searching for Justice After the Holocaust (inbunden)

Searching for Justice After the Holocaust

Fulfilling the Terezin Declaration and Immovable Property Restitution

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The Nazis and their state-sponsored cohorts stole mercilessly from the Jews of Europe. In the aftermath of the Holocaust, returning survivors had to navigate a frequently unclear path to recover their property from governments and neighbors who had failed to protect them and who often had been complicit in their persecution. This book is about the less publicized area of post-Holocaust restitution involving immovable (real) property confiscated from European Jews and
others during World War II.
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Cameron Ewing, NYU Journal of International Law & Politics [A]n exhaustively researched, effectively presented, and unprecedented resource for understanding the history and current state of Holocaust immovable property restitution [...] Searching for Justice After the Holocaust is a comprehensive compilation of the major legal developments in the field of Holocaust immovable property restitution in the forty-seven countries that have endorsed the Terezin Declaration. It is an invaluable and unprecedented resource
for evaluating the major developments in restitution law up to the Study's publication and for monitoring future progress in the field. It also raises new questions and concerns about the future of restitution law [...T]he multilayer, effectively presented research in Searching for Justice After the Holocaust
provides an important framework with which to further monitor and grapple with these questions.

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Michael J. Bazyler is Professor of Law and The 1939 Society Scholar in Holocaust and Human Rights Studies at the Fowler School of Law, Chapman University. He is the author of Holocaust Justice: The Battle for Restitution in America's Courts (2003), Holocaust Restitution: Perspective on the Litigation and its Legacy (co-authored with Roger Alford, 2006), Forgotten Trials of the Holocaust (co-authored with Frank Tuerkheimer, 2014), and numerous articles on international human rights law. He has testified before Congress and his writings have been cited by the United States Supreme Court. Kathryn Lee Boyd is a transnational litigator and trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience handling matters involving international law and foreign affairs, cross-border disputes, foreign property restitution law, international human rights, and complex commercial litigation and arbitration. She was a tenured faculty member of Pepperdine Law School, specializing in International Litigation and Civil Procedure. She has also served in government as a criminal prosecutor in the New York County District Attorney's Office and clerked for the Honorable Hector M. Laffitte, U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, and by designation to U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Rajika L. Shah is Deputy Director, Center for the Study of Law and Genocide, Loyola Law School. She is a Los Angeles-based lawyer and advocate focused on international human rights and Armenian genocide-related work. Kristen L. Nelson is the Project Manager, Lead Researcher of the Holocaust Immovable Property Restitution Study at the European Shoah Legacy Institute.


Acknowledgments Foreword Preface Table of Cases Table of Legislation Introduction Chapter 1: Albania Chapter 2: Argentina Chapter 3: Australia Chapter 4: Austria Chapter 5: Belarus Chapter 6: Belgium Chapter 7: Bosnia & Herzegovina Chapter 8: Brazil Chapter 9: Bulgaria Chapter 10: Canada Chapter 11: Croatia Chapter 12: Cyprus Chapter 13: Czech Republic Chapter 14: Denmark Chapter 15: Estonia Chapter 16: Finland Chapter 17: France Chapter 18: Germany Chapter 19: Greece Chapter 20: Hungary Chapter 21: Ireland Chapter 22: Israel Chapter 23: Italy Chapter 24: Latvia Chapter 25: Lithuania Chapter 26: Luxembourg Chapter 27: Macedonia Chapter 28: Malta Chapter 29: Moldova Chapter 30: Montenegro Chapter 31: Netherlands Chapter 32: Norway Chapter 33: Poland Chapter 34: Portugal Chapter 35: Romania Chapter 36: Russia Chapter 37: Serbia Chapter 38: Slovakia Chapter 39: Slovenia Chapter 40: Spain Chapter 41: Sweden Chapter 42: Switzerland Chapter 43: Turkey Chapter 44: United Kingdom Chapter 45: Ukraine Chapter 46: United States Chapter 47: Uruguay Conclusion Index