April 7, 2000

The World Jewish Congress reports that the Gestapo stole almost 200,000 books from Jews in the war. Some were transferred to Germany and about 6,000 books were returned to their owners or families. Many were distributed in the 1950s to the University of Vienna library. Embarrassed officials hope to find a solution to the problem of the "stolen books".

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