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Eizenstat Report & Related Issues Concerning U.S. & Allied Efforts to Restore Gold & Other Assets Looted by Nazis During WWII: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking & Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives
Eizenstat Report & Related Issues Concerning U.S. & Allied Efforts to Restore Gold & Other Assets Looted by Nazis During WWII: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking & Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives
 
Our Price: $40.00
Year: 1997
Pages: 313
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788182315

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James A. Leach (ed). Hearing on: the theft of assets from Jewish people in Europe & how the Nazis laundered these assets through the world banking system in an effort to gain an edge in the war; how the Third Reich financed its war machine with gold seized from central banks in occupied countries; & the postwar attempts to negotiate & carry out agreements to recover & restore to the rightful owners assets plundered by the Nazis, or placed in non-German banks for safekeeping. Witnesses include members of several foreign governments & universities, including: Argentina, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Israel, & Switzerland, Jewish organizations & American academia.

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