Saul Kagan z”l made it his life’s calling to attain a small measure of justice for Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. A memorial tribute to honor his life was held on Monday, February 24, 2014 at the Center for Jewish History. Saul Kagan recollections of negotiations in 1952 Saul Kagan was the architect of Holocaust […]
In late 1996 and early 1997, a series of class action lawsuits were filed in United States District Court against three Swiss banks. The suits alleged that the Swiss banks knowingly retained and concealed assets of Holocaust victims, and collaborated with and aided the Third Reich by accepting and laundering illegally obtained Nazi assets and profits of slave labor.
Who is eligible for this payment? Anyone who is alive and has been approved for a Hardship Fund Payment OR received a one-time payment from the BEG and does not receive a pension as compensation for persecution during the Holocaust. If I receive a pension from the Claims Conference (Article 2), the Israeli Authority for […]
This post is for historical informational purposes only. Please do not refer to this post for information pertaining to current Claims Conference programs. Visit What We Do for current program guidelines and information. Thank you. December 13, 2006 Fifty artworks that were looted in the Netherlands during World War II are now on display in Amsterdam in […]
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