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May 15, 2000
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A Paris appeals court ruled in favor of an American writer who suggested that a French-Jewish art dealer collaborated with the Nazis, according to the French daily Liberation. Three members of the New York-based Wildenstein family of art dealers had accused art historian Hector Feliciano of libel for remarks about the late Georges Wildenstein in the book “The Lost Museum: The Nazi Conspiracy to Steal the World’s Greatest Works of Art.”

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