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SHOULD RARE BOOKS TAKEN during times ofwar as "trophies" by the enemy be restored to their original owners? This is a controversial but increasingly important issue for special collections libraries worldwide. Attempted restitution brings about a new set of losses and problems. Any rules or policies for such restitution will, at least for the time being, include complex legal and political considerations. It is important to consider that while the value of an individual book might not be sodblp:journals/libt/Genieva03 fatcat:myzjgl6i6fa35olkw6inhikdpi