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Post-War Restitution vs Present-Day Reparation in France : towards the Disappearance of Legal and Political Dilemmas?

Abstract : "In her chapter on France, Claire Andrieu clarifies the difference in approach after 1945 and after 1989. Whereas the Free French under De Gaulle launched a restitution process based on strict legal principles such as equality of all before the law, the approach after 1989 was much more looselydefined, to the effect that, according to Andrieu, it brought about the "disappearance of legal and political dilemmas" [Source : Wouter V. Eraart & Laurens Winkel, "An Introduction to Dilemmas of Post-War Restitution in Europe"]
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Claire Andrieu. Post-War Restitution vs Present-Day Reparation in France : towards the Disappearance of Legal and Political Dilemmas?. Wouter Veraart; Laurens Winkel. The Post-War Restitution of Property Rights in Europe : Comparative Perspectives, Scientia Verlag, pp.11 - 19, 2011, 9789060310977. ⟨hal-03397779⟩

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