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Code Collection
Belg. MA-MET  Belgisch Möbel-Aktion Metall (Belgium) 
Belg. MA-OST  Belgisch Möbel-Aktion Ostasiatisches (Belgium) 
BEM  Paul Bemberg 
Bern  Bernheim-Jeune 
BIA  Bialo 
Billy-Fenaille  Aveyron 
Bing  Robert Bing 
BLapage  Etterbeek-Bruxelles, Belgique 
BN-Bruxelles  BN [Belgien und Nordfrankreich]--All items confiscated under the BN label were removed from the Brussels region. The ERR, the Brüsseler Treuhandgesellschaft (Belgium) and associated agencies performed these confiscations. An unknown number of objects remained at ERR Headquarters in Brussels while the remainder was transferred to the Jeu de Paume in Paris. 
BoR  Botschaft Rothschild--The largest collections stolen in France mostly by specialized elements of the German occupation forces belonged to the Rothschild family. The German Embassy in Paris guided by Ambassador Otto Abetz, oversaw the plunder of property belonging to various members of the Rothschild family, including Maurice, Alexandrine, James-Armand and Edmond. These early removals of Rothschild property occurred in the summer and fall of 1940 and were greatly aided by the Devisenschutzkommando (DSK), a securities and financial fraud police organization that had jurisdiction over bank vaults and safe deposit boxes where thousands of art objects were stored for safekeeping. 
BPO  Mme. Benard de Pontois 
BRAUN  Mme. Robert Braun 
BRE  Bredel 
BRU  Betty Brunsvick--Her residence was plundered in early 1941. Contents were selectively removed to the Louvre and Jeu de Paume for processing. The remainder was assessed at the time of the Aryanization of her building rue Scheffer in late 1942. 
BUN  Brunner 
C.d.Nat  Cercle des Nations, Paris 
C.St  Caroline Stern 
CA  Cahen (Belgium) 
Cadres  ERR 
CAronstein  Schaerbeek-Bruxelles, Belgique 
CBernheimdeVilliers  Paris 
CCL  (Col. Colloredo) 
CDF  Cercle de France 
CdSenarpont  Paris 
CFould  Paris 
CH  CH - Not Specified 
CHA  Stéphane Chasles 
Chaffoo  Bruxelles, Belgique 
Chapira  Paris 
CHirsch  Paris 
CHuysmans  Antwerp 
CKvanSterkenburg  Bruxelles, Belgique 
CL  Clarence Levi [Levy-Clarence] 
CLE  van Cleef 
CMayer  Neuilly sur Seine 
Cob  Coblentz 
Cohn  Paris 
Col. (CCL)  Colloredo-Mansfeld-The Graefin Berthe [Berthi] Colloredo-Mansfeld geb. Koloredo lived since 1926 in St. Lary, a small village near Auch, Gers, France. She and the rest of her family were declared "enemies of the Reich" in 1942 which led to a Europe-wide confiscation of the family's assets stretching from France to Czechoslovakia. After WWII, her son Josef took charge of the recovery of the family's confiscated assets which were located in Austria. 
CRaphael  Paris 
Cre  Cremieuse [Cremieux] 
CReininghaus  Paris 
CSA/CSB  Saglio 
CSpira  Paris 
CUlmann  Paris 
D. W. Mod.  David-Weill 
D.V.H.  Dreyfus (avenue Victor Hugo) 
D.W/DW  David-Weill 
DDreyfus  Paris 
DelaMeurthe  Paris/Chateau d'Angervilliers 
Denn  Dennery 

 
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