The Presidentially-appointed Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States released its final report today. It says, in part, that U.S. forces did not do enough to track art, gold, and other assets looted by the Nazis because they were consumed with the effort to rebuild Europe after the war. The commission is recommending legislation that will create a foundation to carry on its' work. But some are already criticizing the commission's work as inadequate. David D'Arcy reports.
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