Commissione Anselmi / Commissione per la ricostruzione delle vicende che hanno caratterizzato in Italia le attivita di acquisizione dei beni dei cittadini ebreida parte di organismi pubblici e privati
[Anselmi Commission / Commission to Reconstruct the Events in Italy Related to the Acquisition of Properties from Jewish Citizens by Public and Private Concerns]
The Italian commission was established in December 1998 to research financial and economic aspects of Jewish persecution in Italy during World War II. The president of the commission is Tina Anselmi, a former minister and member of the anti-Fascist resistance in World War II. Among the commissionís members are senior government officials from various ministries and archives, directors of the associations of bankers and insurance companies, as well as historians and representatives of the Jewish community. In 1999, the commission issued an interim report. The commission's final report was submitted in April 2001.
Commissione Interministeriale per il Recupero delle Opere díArte
[Interministerial Commission for Works of Art]
In October 1995, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities established this commission to research missing artwork plundered by the Nazis during World War II.
Mario Bondioli Osio, President
Via degli Astalli 3/A
00186 Rome, Italy
Telephone: 1 - 39 06 679 2871
Fax: 1 - 39 06 679 2880
Italy participated in the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets. Proceedings of the Washington Conference may be found at http://www.state.gov/www/regions/eur/holocaust/heac.html.
Italy participated in the London Conference on Nazi Gold.
Italy participated in the Vilnius International Forum on Holocaust Era Looted Cultural Assets. Proceedings of the Vilnius Forum may be found at