Background Edit

Peter Voss was the son of a Nazi who stole cash, diamonds and art from Jews in Europe before deporting them to death camps.

Appearance Edit

Peter Voss told Gabriel Allon and Chiara Zolli about the disposition of his father's stolen wealth, including Portrait of a Young Woman; he explained that when his mother tried to claim the property from a Swiss bank operated by Martin Landesmann's father she was told that there was no such account.

After the painting was recovered and restored, Peter flew to Washington, D.C. to see it revealed and to apologize to Lena Herzfeld.

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