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January 8, 2001
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The executive director of a Canadian art gallery apologized for saying that the Nazis did the world a service by pillaging art from homes during World War II. Ian Lumsden, executive director of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in the province of New Brunswick, had said Nazi looting saved important artworks from destruction and brought them into the public domain.

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