Description - L'Oreal Took My Home by Serge Klarsfeld
'L'Oreal took my home', Edith Rosenfelder was constantly saying. This claim affected her daughter Monica who decided, when she grew up, to find out the details of this claim. It was the start of a wholly remarkable investigation. After fleeing Germany during WWII, due to their Jewish heritage, their property was looted. After the war, not all property was returned and this is how the Rosenfelder family never recovered their house, which is now occupied by the cosmetics firm's head office. To this day they still occupy the place and refuse to acknowldge its true owners.
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Monica Waitzfelder, born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1953, has lived in Paris since 1984. She has directed opera at the Paris National Opera, the Theatre du Chatelet, and at other French and international venues.