Friday, September 27, 2013

Decades after Holocaust, Germany asks what it owes Jews

KOBLENZ, Germany —Sixty-eight years after the end of the Holocaust, Germany is asking itself what it still owes its Jews.

The answer, as measured by a vote in this small southwestern city, is very little.
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1 comment:

Anam Cara said...

I am so sorry for those Jews who feel wronged in this. But as I understand it, the property was legally sold to the city by their group years ago. It was no longer theirs. The owners had every right to ask a price they wished to receive. Now the Jewish community should use money from their growing community and buy new land and build there.