Conference On Matarial Claims Against Germany

Unsigned Letter Shows Claim Conference Was Alerted To Fraud In 2001

05/14/2013

The Claims Conference was alerted as early as 2001 to a fraud scheme within the organization that ran unimpeded from 1993 to 2009 and cost $57 million.

The warning to the Claims Conference came in the form of an unsigned letter that reached the organization’s then-director in Germany, Karl Brozik, in mid-2001.

Germans Agree To Additional $300 Million In Restitution Funds

07/10/2012

 

Germany has agreed to provide restitution payments to an additional 80,000 Jews in what Claims Conference officials are describing as a historic breakthrough.

The agreement, which was reached Monday in negotiations between German officials and Claims Conference representatives, is likely to result in additional payments of approximately $300 million. Most of the money will go to Nazi victims in the former Soviet Union who have never before qualified for pensions or payments from German restitution money.

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