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November 30, 2001
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Switzerland protected vast assets from Nazi Germany after World War II, according to a report. The report, issued Thursday by an international panel of historians studying Switzerland’s wartime past, said Swiss authorities evaded a postwar agreement to liquidate German assets and give the proceeds to the Allies so they could be used to compensate war victims.

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