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Guests look at papers and manuscripts belonging to Max Brod, the friend and literary executor of Czech writer Franz Kafka, on display at the Israeli embassy after the stolen items were handed over to the Israeli ambassador by Germany's Bundeskriminalamt, in Berlin on May 21, 2019. - German police on May 21, 2019 handed over to Israel thousands of stolen papers and manuscripts belonging to Max Brod, who died in Tel Aviv in 1968, and who is primarily responsible for Kafka's success as one of the 20th century's most influential writers, having published many of his works after the writer's death in 1924. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)

Germany to return papers of Kafka’s friend Max Brod to Israel