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Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the US

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If you are a Holocaust survivor or an heir of a survivor or believe that you are entitled to assets seized by the Nazi’s during World War II there is information below on several funds which have been established to which you may apply. In addition, several lawsuits have been filed in U. S. courts regarding Holocaust-era assets. Below you will find information regarding these lawsuits and how you may get further information. The Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust-Era Assets is not responsible for any error in this information. All eligibility requirements should be directed to the Fund administrators directly.

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U.S. and Allied Efforts to Recover and Restore Gold and Other Assets Stolen or Hidden by Germany During World War II - Preliminary Study, Stuart Eizenstat, coordinator, and William Slany, preparer

U.S. and Allied Wartime and Postwar Relations and Negotiations with Argentina, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Turkey on Looted Gold and German External Assets and U.S. Concerns About the Fate of the Wartime Ustasha Treasury, Stuart Eizenstat, coordinator, and William Slany, preparer

Art as Politics in the Third Reich, Jonathan Petropoulos.

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