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WWII



  • Suit Accuses Dutch Museums of Holding On to Nazi-Tainted Art

    Throughout World War II, the Dutch art dealers Benjamin and Nathan Katz sold art they owned, but three generations of the Katz family have argued that their actions were made under duress and have fought for decades to regain possession of scores of works transferred during the war.



  • How a World War II-Era Reparations Case Is Roiling Asia

    South Korea’s top court stirred decades-old resentments that threaten to inflame relations with Japan, ordering a leading Japanese steel maker to compensate Korean men forced to work as slave laborers during World War II.



  • FBI brought down foreign agents in the past

    by Douglas M. Charles

    In the first and second world wars, the FBI effectively uprooted foreign influence campaigns. Today, the agency faces an uphill battle.