Roszczenia Polski wobec RFN w świetle doktryny niemieckiej
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The book includes an analysis of expropriation of German private assets after the World War Two. The book contains three chapters. The opening chapter provides a historical background of treatment of Germany after the World War Two, especially decisions on the war reparations. Chapter I focuses on the period between 1914 and 1945 including Polish-German relations after the World War One, origins of the World War Two and the role of the chief Allied powers during the World War Two. Chapter II provides an overview of Polish legal acts, which regulate transfers of ownership of private German properties. Chapter II presents the effects of Yalta Conference and Potsdam Conference. Chapter III presents and discusses the opinions of German authors, who question the legality of expropriations of private German properties. The analysis proves that the measures against German assets were taken in accordance with public international law. The right to war reparations was the legal title of confiscations. The reparations are payments intended to cover damage or injury inflicted as a result of war. The analysis proves the lack of effective legal instruments allowing to question the effects of expropriation. Poland has no duty to enact laws providing for restitution of confiscated German properties or compensation for expropriated assets.
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