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German art haul may end up in museums

It's a fantasy shopping list for an art lover, a roll call of the greats. A huge cache of artworks found hidden in a Munich flat belonging to the reclusive son of a wartime art dealer. But now, according to these German officials, in the caretaker hands of the state. There are 1500 in total, including masterpieces the Nazis labelled as 'degenerate.' That didn't stop them stealing them Anne Webber is with the Commission for Looted Art in Europe. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH), ANNE WEBBER, CO-CHAIR, COMMISSION FOR LOOTED ART IN EUROPE, SAYING: "There are families who were looted under the most terrible, brutal, terrifying circumstances of persecution, threats of murder, actual murder, and for whom these paintings mean a huge amount." The Commission says it's been inundated with inquiries from possible owners. It asks why the German authorities took so long to reveal the cache. And it says their decision not to publish a list of the painti

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