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April 13, 2006
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Two museums each will receive $250,000 from the United States to create an archive about money looted during the Holocaust. The agreement is part of $25.5 million the United States agreed to pay in December to Hungarian Holocaust survivors in the case of Hungarian Jewish-owned goods on a train, known as the “Gold Train,” that were looted by the Nazis and then confiscated by U.S. troops during World War II.

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