Nina McGehee always knew that her family fled Europe before World War II broke out. But she only recently learned about what they left behind.
McGehee's great-grandfather, Siegfried Laemmle, was a German art and antiquities dealer with a successful business in Munich. He was also Jewish, and like all Jewish art dealers in the Third Reich, he was forced to liquidate his business as part of the "Aryanization" of businesses.
Some Laemmle objects ended up in private collections, others in museums....
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