1st Edition

Conquest and Redemption A History of Jewish Assets from the Holocaust

By Gregg Rickman Copyright 2014
    584 Pages
    by Routledge

    In <em>Conquest and Redemption</em>, Gregg J. Rickman explains how the Nazis stole the possessions of their Jewish victims and obtained the cooperation of institutions across Europe in these crimes of convenience. He also describes how those institutions are being brought to justice, sixty years later, for their retention of their ill-gotten gains. Rickman painstakingly describes the structural composition and motivation for the plundering of Jewish assets. The Holocaust will always remain a memory of unequalled pain and suffering, but, as Rickman shows, the return of stolen goods to their survivors is a partial victory for the long aggrieved.</p>


    Rickman, Gregg