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Saving the Ludwig von Mises Papers: How the Holocaust Museum Helped Uncover
a Nazi Treasure Trove in Moscow

Although the Gestapo failed to nab Mises, who had escaped to Switzerland,
they ransacked his apartment at 24 Wollseile, confiscating his manuscripts,
articles, university lectures and extensive correspondence with many of the
greatest thinkers of his time.
The Nazis were after Mises not only because he was Jewish, but because he
was a brilliant, outspoken opponent of social engineering and central
planning.

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