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Two paintings that were confiscated by Nazis will be returned to the heirs of an Austrian Holocaust victim, a judge has ruled in what the heirs’ lawyer called a landmark decision.

Thursday’s ruling is a victory for Timothy Reif and David Fraenkel, the co-heirs to the estate of Fritz Grunbaum, a cabaret performer who was imprisoned at the Dachau concentration camp and murdered there in 1941.

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