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April 15, 2005
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Liechtenstein gave asylum to some 400 Jews during World War II but turned away unknown numbers, a study found. Written by six historians and released Wednesday, the study found that the tiny principality’s ruler, Prince Franz Josef II, and his family bought property and art objects taken from Jews, and used Jewish inmates from Nazi concentration camps for forced labor.

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