Germany Will Appeal Ruling on Nazi-Looted Posters (Update1)
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By Catherine Hickley

March 6 (Bloomberg) — The German government will appeal a Berlin court ruling ordering the Deutsches Historisches Museum to return a poster looted by the Gestapo to Peter Sachs, the son of a dentist forced to flee Germany before World War II.

Sachs, a retired airline pilot from Sarasota, Florida, filed a lawsuit last year after a German government panel rebuffed his claim. A Berlin court on Feb. 10 said the museum should return one poster looted by the Gestapo to Sachs in a ruling that would allow him to claim 4,250 posters from his father