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Peter Sachs's father, Hans, went to his grave wondering whether the Nazis had destroyed the renowned poster collection he'd devoted his life to building. Imagine, then, how Peter felt when -67 years after his father's collection was seized - he discovered that 4,344 posters had not only survived the Nazis, but the Soviets and the East Germans.
Arab Bank Plc (ARKB)'s appeal of sanctions for not obeying discovery orders in a lawsuit brought by victims of terrorist attacks was dismissed by a federal appeals court in New York. The U.S. Court of Appeals in Manhattan ruled today that it couldn't hear the bank's appeal of a sanctions order imposed by U.S. District Judge Nina Gershon in Brooklyn until after the consolidated suits pending before her have ended. "We conclude that the sanctions order is not a reviewable collateral order, and we therefore dismiss the bank's appeal for want of jurisdiction," the panel of judges said.
After decades in limbo, the remnants of a unique, jewish-owned poster colelction are back in the public eye -- at least for a few days. The Times of Israel by Samantha Karlin January 17, 2013. New York city
AP Interview: Posters seized by Nazis being sold. By David Rising/Associated Press 1.17.2013
Eye Magazine - A sale of 1250 prewar posters from Dr Hans Sachs's legendary collection will take place in New York on 18, 19 and 20 January 2013, writes Graham Twemlow. The Guernsey's auction catalogue states that "...many of the posters in the collection are believed to be the sole surviving examples of those particular images."
Galleristny.com by Zoe Lescaze: Though there have been a number of drawn-out legal battles over Nazi-looted art in recent years, few have been as involved as the saga of the enormous Hans Sachs poster collection. From the lowest German court to the highest, Peter Sachs pursued the return of his father's 4,344 surviving posters, which were being held by the German Historical Museum in Berlin.
A rare collection of turn-of-the-century posters by some of the biggest names in art are to go under the hammer in New York. The collection was amassed by a Jewish dentist from Germany but was seized by Nazi soldiers in 1938. Around a third of the posters - some 4,300 - have survived, and include works by Gustav Klimt, Edvard Munch and Toulouse Lautrec. The lot is valued at almost $6m (£3.7m), with some estimates suggesting it could reach double that amount at auction. James Kelly reports.
LENOX HILL — Thousands of rare posters that were stolen by Nazis more than 70 years ago will be auctioned next month to benefit the family of the Jewish man who originally owned them.
US Judge rules that Jordan-based bank can be held liable for holding Hamas funds by US citizen wounded in 2008 Hamas fire.
(CNN) -- Tania Julin remembers the deep gut pain she felt when she found out nearly three years ago that Chiquita Brands International had paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to a Marxist rebel group in Colombia that had abducted and killed her missionary husband.