Jews who have suffered from persecutions during the Second World War are entitled to compensation. Operated by the Holocaust Memorial, this website provides you with more information on this subject.
Nearly 70 years after the end of the Jewish genocide, compensation claims against the anti-Semitic legislation during the Nazi regime are still relevant. The Shoah Memorial guides children of deported Jewish parents, victims of spoliations and parents whose child was killed during the war through all administrative procedures.
Our website offers advice and support. Jewish internees deported from France can find out what kind of compensations they can receive. Children of Jewish parents who were shot during World War II are considered as Orphans of the Holocaust and are also entitled to compensation.
After the Second World War, the restitution of stolen Jewish goods has become an important part of the compensation process. After the Jewish Genocide, many associations worked on compensations for Jews having suffered spoliation. You can check all compensation procedures online.