German government and Claims Conference reach agreement on Holocaust compensation payment for Algerian Jews | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


German government and Claims Conference reach agreement on Holocaust compensation payment for Algerian Jews

The German government and the Conference for Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference) reached an agreement over a one-time compensation payment for Jewish Nazi victims who lived in Algeria between 1940 and 1942 ... At the time, Algeria was a French colony and controlled by the Vichy regime, which was allied to Nazi Germany. The Vichy government enforced strict anti-Semitic laws, stripped Jews of their French citizenship and prohibited them from working in government and in certain professions. Moreover, Jewish pupils were expelled from state schools.
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