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Project for the
Documentation of
Wartime Cultural Losses

  The Project for the Documentation of Wartime Cultural Losses (The Documentation Project) has been initiated to gather and make available information relating to works of art, archives, and other types of cultural property displaced as a consequence of war. The main focus of our research is the period of World War II, although other conflicts are also considered relevant. The project is administrated under the auspices of the Cultural Property Research Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit foundation incorporated in 1998 in New York.

   Our primary aim is to publish the results of our research and, where appropriate, to disseminate information in a more abbreviated format on the world wide web (http://docproj.loyola.edu). Three research projects can now be accessed at our website, with future research to appear as results become available. The Documentation Project is non-sectarian and non-partisan and will operate in a manner that is unbiased and impartial regarding special interests, whether of nations, organizations, religious groups, or individuals.

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Elizabeth Simpson, Chairman
Konstantin Akinsha, Research Director
Jonathan Petropoulos, Administrative Director

 

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