Works of art in Austria (British zoneof occupation)
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Works of art in Austria (British zoneof occupation) losses and survivals in the war by Control Commission for Austria (British Element). Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Branch.

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English

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Statementcompiled from reports supplied by the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Branch of the Control Commission for Austria (British Element) and issued by the British Committee on the Preservationand Restitution of Works of Art, Archives and Other Material in Enemy Hands.
ContributionsBritish Committee on the Preservation and Restitution of Works of Art, Archives, and Other Material in Enemy Hands.
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Open LibraryOL14570780M

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