Holocaust victims suffer legal setback

Reynolds, Matthew J.
April 2001
Slovak Spectator;04/09/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p8
Provides information on the lawsuit filed by the Slovak Jewish Holocaust survivors in 2001 against the German government. Inquiry concerning the right of the group to represent Holocaust victims and seek compensation; Legality of the compromise between the German and Slovak governments.


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