Reparations Then and Now

Guelzo, Allen C.
June 2002
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul2002, Issue 124, p32
Discusses the idea of having financial reparations between opposing parties in a conflict. Reparation imposed by the Allied Powers on Germany by the Versailles Treaty; Demands formulated by the World Jewish Congress for a postwar settlement for destroyed property; Success of the Jewish survivors of the Holocaust in gaining reparations.


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