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Woman claims art stolen by Nazi collector

Since the end of the Second World War, Martha Hinrichsen and her family have been fighting in Germany to reclaim art that was rightfully theirs..But the artwork belonging to her Jewish grandfather has never been recovered. Now, there is hope she may finally be able to get it back....
  Since the end of the Second World War, Martha Hinrichsen and her family have been fighting in Germany to reclaim art that was rightfully theirs.. 
  But the artwork belonging to her Jewish grandfather has never been recovered. Now, there is hope she may finally be able to get it back. 
  The claim is for part of a large trove of art seized from German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, whose spokesperson Carol  interviewed earlier this week.

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