Ofer Aderet (2020). 150 Jewish Gravestones Uprooted by the Nazis Found in Polish Town. Haaretz. 9 August.
Filmmakers reveal truth about hunt for stamps stolen from murdered Jews and hidden by German officer( )
Stuart Dowell (2020). Filmmakers reveal truth about hunt for stamps stolen from murdered Jews and hidden by German officer. The First News. 16 January.
Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction( )
Stuart Dowell (2018). Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction. The First News. 28 December.
Jacek Borowski (2018). From LA dining room to Warsaw's National Museum: Looted WWII art returned after more than 70 years. The First News. 15 September.
Associated Press (2018). Painting seized at Poland border studied as possible Chagall. Houston Chronicle. 7 September.
JTA (2018). Tourist Caught Trying to Smuggle Bricks out of Auschwitz. The Jerusalem Post. 17 July.
The Global Legal Post (2018). Two cases highlights how Nazi looting still haunts the art world. The Global Legal Post. 9 July.
Stephen Applebaum (2018). Searching for her great-grandfather's lost pictures. The Jewish Chronicle. 25 May.
Arutz Sheva (2018). Organizers of stunt at Auschwitz sent to jail. Arutz Sheva. 18 January.
The Brussels Times (2017). Two Belgians accused of stealing from Auschwitz acquitted by a court in Poland. Maria Nova. 31 December.
Julia Michalska (2017). Outcry over Polish government's changes to Second World War museum. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.
Ben Ariel (2017). American teen sentenced over Auschwitz vandalism. Arutz Sheva. 5 December.
Anna Maria Jakubek (2017). Desperately seeking this Frida Kahlo painting. Last seen in Poland. The Times of Israel. 4 December.
Radio Poland (2017). Polish painting withdrawn from London auction. Radio Poland. 28 November.
Radio Poland (2017). Poland aims to stop auction of painting lost in WWII. Radio Poland. 9 November.
PAP (2017). Ex-Polish president's waiter on trial over theft of painting. Radio Poland. 31 August.
Barbara Finkelstein (2017). The Mystery Behind The Lost Books Of A Cherished Lublin Yeshiva. Forward. 31 August.
Shaul Setter (2017). The Artist Didn't Steal From Auschwitz, but Rather, From Other Artists. Haaretz. 2 August.
Samantha Schmidt (2017). Did an Israeli student steal Auschwitz artifacts for an art exhibit?. The Washington Post. 20 July.
Naama Riba (2017). Israeli College to Allow Auschwitz Exhibit After Assurances Artifacts Not Stolen. Haaretz. 19 July.
Peter Beaumont (2017). Israeli student admits stealing items from Auschwitz for art project. The Guardian. 19 July.
Few lost artworks returned
Grażyna Zawadka (2017). Wracają nieliczne utracone dzieła sztuki. Rzeczpospolita. 18 May.
Nina Siegal (2017). Holocaust Survivors in Poland Find Restitution Claims 'Like a Carousel'. The New York Times. 10 May.
Roberto Galea (2017). Poland recovers artwork looted in World War II. Poland Radio. 22 April.
Matthew Day (2017). Two British teenagers found guilty of stealing objects from Auschwitz during school trip. The Telegraph. 29 March.
Ben Ariel (2017). 11 arrested for desecrating Auschwitz. Arutz Sheva. 24 March.
Rob Shap (2017). Performance artists living in exile in the UK might be forced to return to Poland. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.
Weston Williams (2017). Why it's so hard to return art stolen by Nazis. The Christian Science Monitor. 28 February.
Uki Goñi (2017). Son of Nazi governor returns art stolen from Poland during second world war. The Guardian. 26 February.
Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals( )
Arutz Sheva (2017). Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals. Israel National News. 5 February.
AFP (2017). Belgians face decade in prison for Auschwitz theft. The Times of Israel. 31 January.
"Queen of the Polish Crown" will return to the country?
Łukasz Gazur (2017). "Królowa Korony Polskiej" wróci do kraju?. Dziennik Polski. 27 January.
Anny Shaw (2016). Young artists involved in creating Stik mural in Gdansk call for its return. The Art Newspaper. 14 December.
JNi.Media (2016). New Exhibition Shows Poland Using Jewish Gravestones to Build Walls, Sidewalks, Playgrounds. The Jewish Press. 13 December.
Radio Poland (2016). Police recover painting stolen 19 years ago. Radio Poland. 24 November.
These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.( )
The Jerusalem Post (2016). These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.. The Jerusalem Post. 24 October.
Two British schoolboys appear in Polish court accused of stealing buttons, shards of glass and a hair clipper belonging to former Auschwitz prisoners( )
Corey Charlton (2016). Two British schoolboys appear in Polish court accused of stealing buttons, shards of glass and a hair clipper belonging to former Auschwitz prisoners. The Sun. 9 September.
Thomas Rogers (2016). Rise of the Nazi-Grave Robbers. Bloomberg. 23 August.
Megan Gannon (2016). Search for Mythical Nazi Gold Train Resumes. Live Science. 16 August.
DW (2016). Dig for lost Nazi 'gold train' gets underway in Poland. DW. 12 August.
TASS (2016). Another attempt to find Amber Room fails in Poland. TASS. 12 July.
JTA (2016). Netanyahu unwittingly secreted original Auschwitz blueprints to Israel. The Times of Israel. 7 July.
TASS (2016). Amber Room not found in Poland so far — explorers. TASS. 15 June.
Ben Rosen (2016). Auschwitz Museum lost, then found 16,000 belongings of Holocaust victims. The Christian Science Monitor. 8 June.
Radio Poland (2016). 'Stolen' painting returns to presidential palace. Radio Poland. 6 June.
Matthew Day (2016). Nazi gold train hunters defy sceptics and begin digging for treasures. The Telegraph. 9 May.
Jake Halpern (2016). The Nazi Underground: Is treasure buried beneath the mountains of Poland?. The New Yorker. 9 May.
Justin Huggler (2016). Polish historian hopes crumbling bunker hides Amber Room. The Telegraph. 22 April.
Associated Press (2016). UK teens face theft charges in Poland over Auschwitz items. The Times of Israel. 21 March.
Radio Poland (2016). Germany returns looted treasures to Poland. Radio Poland. 18 February.
AFP (2015). Two British teens to face trial over Auschwitz theft. Yahoo News. 30 December.
JTA (2015). British Teens Indicted for Stealing Artifacts From Auschwutz-Birkenau Museum. Haaretz. 30 December.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Lost Nazi-Looted Jean-Antoine Houdon Bust Returns to Poland after 75 Years. ArtNet News. 21 December.
Found: 'Priceless' 18th century 'Bust of the Goddess Diana' looted by the Nazis in WWII returned to Warsaw's Royal Lazienki Palace( )
Ed Wight (2015). Found: 'Priceless' 18th century 'Bust of the Goddess Diana' looted by the Nazis in WWII returned to Warsaw's Royal Lazienki Palace. The Daily Mail. 18 December.
BBC News (2015). Nazi gold train: 'No evidence' of discovery in Poland. BBC News. 15 December.
Alex Duval Smith (2015). 'Nazi gold train' investigators start surveying site in Poland. The Guardian. 8 November.
Julia Michalska (2015). Looted marble bust returned to Poland. The Art Newspaper. 2 November.
Ed Wight (2015). Looters dig up Holocaust victims' graves at Nazi death camp Sobibor in hunt for gold. The Daily Mail. 2 November.
Lara Ehrlich (2015). Saving an Ancestral Cemetery. BU Today. 26 October.
Henry Foy (2015). Nazi claims spur fight between Vienna and Krakow over Bruegel. Financial Times. 21 October.
Alex Duval Smith (2015). Polish painting looted by Nazis makes triumphant return after decades in Ohio. The Guardian. 13 October.
Joanna Berendt (2015). Possible Nazi Tunnels Fuel Treasure Seekers in Poland. The New York Times. 29 September.
Nazi 'gold train': Polish Army start digging but men who originally claimed find say efforts are 'pointless'( )
Rose Troup Buchanan (2015). Nazi 'gold train': Polish Army start digging but men who originally claimed find say efforts are 'pointless'. The Independent. 29 September.
Elahe Izadi (2015). How a long-lost Polish painting, likely stolen by Nazis, ended up in Ohio. The Washington Post. 28 September.
Radio Poland (2015). Painting lost in WWII returns to Poland. Radio Poland. 26 September.
Treasure-hunter obsessed by search for Nazi gold in Polish town dies after falling into a tomb he thought was packed with loot( )
Ed Wight (2015). Treasure-hunter obsessed by search for Nazi gold in Polish town dies after falling into a tomb he thought was packed with loot. The Daily Mail. 9 September.
The hand of the statue of Christ was stolen
Tomasz Jóźwiak (2015). Urwali rękę Chrystusowi, okradli kościół. Miedziowe. 7 September.
Matthew Day (2015). Poland treasure hunters 'expelled from local history society'. The Telegraph. 7 September.
Matthew Day (2015). Death bed confession in Nazi gold hunt. Irish Independent. 29 August.
Jim Dobson (2015). Tourists Flock to Ksiaz Castle in Poland as Underground Nazi Gold Train Discovered. Forbes. 29 August.
DW (2015). 'Nazi train' filled with treasure reportedly found in Poland. DW. 19 August.
Larry Neumeister (2015). NY judge rejects extradition to Poland of Russian art dealer accused of having Nazi-stolen art. Star Tribune. 3 August.
ActMedia (2015). Two Dacian gold coins recovered in Poland. ActMedia. 8 July.
Matthew Day (2015). Two British public schoolboys freed after arrest on suspicion of stealing items at Auschwitz. The Telegraph. 23 June.
ANSA (2015). Police recover painting looted by Nazis. ANSA. 19 June.
Arutz Sheva (2014). Poland: Headstones Removed from Lodz Jewish Cemetery to be Returned. Arutz Sheva. 6 October.
Hannah Dreyfus (2014). Visitors to Auschwitz Are Stealing 'Souvenirs'. Tablet. 6 May.
Edward Wight (2014). Barbed wire from Auschwitz found in tourists' suitcase. The Times of Israel. 31 March.
Guy WalterS (2014). Fury over the National Geographic channel historians digging up Second World War graves. The Daily Mail. 28 March.
Tom Mashberg (2014). TV Series Is Criticized in Handling of Deceased. The New York Times. 28 March.