1998 Compensation for Holocaust Survivors in the Former Soviet Bloc
"Guess Which One Receives a War Victims Pension from the German Govt.," advertisement, New York Times.
(May 7, 1997
"German Compensation," AJC Journal.
Letter to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl from 82 United State senators expressing concern about German refusal to pay pensions to the thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors living in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
(Aug. 1, 1997
Article on the issue of pensions for Holocaust survivors in Eastern Europe, Laura Myers, Associated Press.
(Aug. 13, 1997
"Holocaust Survivors in Eastern Europe Deserve Pensions from the German Government. The U.S. Senate Agrees," Advertisement, New York Times.
(Aug. 17, 1997
"Compensation," AJC Journal.
"Never Forget: Reparations for Holocaust Survivors," statement by U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Congressional Record. Attached is a copy of the Senate's Concurrent Resolution 39, urging the German government to expand a
(Dec. 13, 1997
Associated Press news report on German decision to compensate Holocaust survivors in Eastern Europe.
"AJCommittee Applauds German Government Announcements to Provide Compensation for Holocaust Survivors in Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union," press release.
(Jan. 12, 1998
Letter to AJC members regarding AJC's role in Germany's announcement that it would provide pension payments to the approximately 20,000 East European Holocaust survivors.
(Jan. 28, 1998
"Germany to Compensate Double Victims," AJC Journal.