Germany agrees to record $1.4 billion in annual Holocaust reparations as survivors age


​​Claims Conference delegation for negotiations with the German government on behalf of Holocaust survivors in Berlin, Germany, May 8, 2023.

(JTA) - Conditions didn't seem favorable in early May as Stuart Eizenstat entered annual negotiations with the German government over reparations for the estimated 240,000 remaining Holocaust survivors around the world.

Eizenstat had served as the special negotiator for the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany since 2009 and had analyzed the country's economic and political landscape: high inflation, spiraling fuel costs and unprecedented government spending on defense to support Ukraine in its war with Russia. Add to that a German finance minister, Christian Lindner, who was e...

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