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Holocaust papers could aid compensation

Public access to millions of Nazi war documents, kept in closed archives for 60 years, could help Holocaust survivors win larger claims for restitution, survivors groups say. Plans to open the Red Cross-administered archives at Bad Arolsen, Germany, should persuade committees handling compensation for survivors “to halt the rush to judgment” in settling claims, said the Holocaust Survivors’ Foundation-USA, a national coalition of American survivors’ organizations. Full Story

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