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News Brief

November 30, 2001
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Claims filed by Jews who suffered financial losses during the Nazi occupation of France have increased sharply, according to a French commission. The Drai Commission, which was appointed by the French government in 1999 to administer reparations to Jews who incurred “material or professional losses” during the occupation, cited a recent media campaign in France and the United States for the increase in petitions during the past two months.

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