There are many dormant bank accounts and insurance contracts dating from World War II or soon before. This category lists those official organisations (often a government or perhaps affiliated to a financial trade association) that facilitate the claiming of accounts by survivors or their heirs.
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Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany
Works to secure compensation and restitution for survivors of the Holocaust and heirs of victims.
Database of Unclaimed Swiss Bank Acoounts and Other Holocaust-Era Assets
Lists purchasers of unclaimed policies.
Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation (Swiss Banks)
Process to allow Nazi victims or their heirs to claim assets deposited in Swiss banks before and during World War II.
Nationalfonds der Republik Österreich
Austrian General Settlement Fund for Victims of National Socialism.
UK Government Enemy Property Payment Scheme
British Government's Payment Scheme allowing victims of Nazi persecution to apply for compensation for the seizure of assets, in the United Kingdom during the Second World War under the Trading With the Enemy legislation.
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