Germany

Jewish population prior to the Holocaust 566,000 (1933)
Jews murdered in the Holocaust 140,000
Operation Last Chance launched January 26, 2005 in Berlin


Wiesenthal Center Strongly Condemns Ruling of German Federal Administrative Court That Heirs of Veteran Nazis Be Granted Restitution For Property Confiscated As Punishment After World War II
October 20, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Welcomes Decision By Günter Grass To Grant Access to Wartime Documents; Urges Author To Provide Full Details Regarding World War II Service
August 28, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Welcomes Bundesgericht Verdict Recognizing Service As Concentration Camp Guard As Basis For Cancellation Of Government Pension; Urges Expedition Of Investigation Of Wartime Service To Finalize Decision
July 9, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Submits Names of Four German “Operation: Last Chance” Suspects to Central German Investigative Agency
November 3, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Urges Austrian Government to Match Reward Offered by Germany for Capture of Escaped Nazi War Criminal Dr. Aribert Heim of Mauthausen
September 8, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Urges Austrian Health Minister To Cancel Medical Degree Of Escaped Nazi War Criminal Dr. Aribert Heim
August 15, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center and Targum Shlishi Foundation Launch "Operation: Last Chance" in Germany at Press Conference at German Bundestag (Parliament) in Berlin
January 26, 2005 (PR)

“Operation: Last Chance” to be Launched in Germany on January 26, 2005 at German Bundestag
January 24, 2005 (PR)

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