Israeli gov’t, leaders ready for confab for Holocaust restitution

The main event of conference will take place on Thursday, November 3, at which time the Israeli and other Jewish contingents will try to achieve some justice for Holocaust survivors.

Poland keeps dodging Holocaust property restitution to Jews - opinion

Germany has not yet paid a third of the reparation agreement signed between Germany and Israel in 1952.


Poland tries to rewrite country's role in Holocaust - PM email leak

Warsaw has a history of refusing to take responsibility for its involvement in Nazi crimes committed during the Holocaust.

Israel, Poland resume previous diplomatic ties, will restore ambassadors

Part of the diplomatic rift resulted from Poland's new restitution law, which would make it much more difficult for heirs of Holocaust survivors to claim property in the Central European country.

Latvia passes law for restitution of Jewish property taken in Holocaust

The worth of stolen Jewish real estate during the Holocaust was calculated to be in excess of €47 million.

End the silence on the Hungarian Holocaust - opinion

A class action filed against Hungary in the federal court in Washington is demanding restitution for Hungary's Holocaust survivors. It's time for Israel to act on their behalf.


Warsaw sacks envoy who lambasted law against blaming Poles for Holocaust

The Polish Foreign Ministry fired its envoy to Jewish communities, Jarosław Marek Nowak, after he described a law against holding the country responsible for its role in the Holocaust as 'stupid.'

Israel returns diplomat after positive steps by Poland

Israeli Charge d’Affaires Tal Ben-Ari was recalled in August, after Poland passed a law that would make it nearly impossible for Holocaust survivors and others to claim restitution.

Luxembourg to pay one million Euros in reparations for Holocaust survivors

Each eligible recipient will be granted an initial EUR 5,000 payment by the end of November and a second payment in March 2022.

A Nazi armband with a swastika displayed in the Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

Italian police recover Nazi-looted drawings offered online

Italian police recovered two drawings stolen by the Nazis from a Jewish lawyer that were being offered online.

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