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Academics Fear For Warburg Institute's London Library, Saved From The Nazis

Posted at 9:56PM Sunday 10 Aug 2014

Leading academics and artists, including the art historian Martin Kemp, archaeologist Martin Biddle, the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, and historian Lisa Jardine, are accusing the University of London of breach of trust over the future of a unique library, smuggled out of Germany as the Nazis rose to power.

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