GEORGIA RETURNS GERMAN CULTURAL VALUABLES.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 205
At a ceremony in Berlin, Georgia returned to Germany approximately 100,000 books looted by the Red Army from libraries in Berlin, Luebeck, Hamburg, Bremen, Leipzig, and other German cities after World War II. German foreign minister Klaus Kinkel described the restitution as voluntary and unconditional. (German agencies, October 30) Russia holds an incomparably larger share of the loot, and its government is resisting German demands for restitution.
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