The Eizenstat Report and Related Issues Concerning United States and Allied Efforts to Restore Gold and Other Assets Looted by Nazis During World War II: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking and Financial Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session, June 25, 1997, Volume 4

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Página 97 - Licensed as Private Bankers and subject to examination and regulation by the Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York and by the Department of Banking of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Subject to supervision and examination by the Commissioner of Banks of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts The facilities of the Chicago. Los Angeles. Dallas...
Página 275 - ... to make the following contributions : 1. The Swedish Government will make available 50 million kronor to the Inter-Governmental Committee on Refugees for use in rehabilitation and resettlement of non-repatriable victims of German action. You may rest assured that my Government, while reserving its decision as to the manner in which the funds will be made available, will use its best efforts to make the funds available as soon as possible and in such manner as to best carry out the aims of the...
Página 200 - Assets in the Neutral Countries. The Conference unanimously resolves that the countries which remained neutral in the war against Germany should be prevailed upon by all suitable means to recognize the reasons of justice and of international security policy which motivate the Powers exercising supreme authority in Germany...
Página 271 - ... or interest therein of Germany, Japan, or any national of either such country vested in or transferred to any officer or agency of the Government at any time after December 17, 1941, pursuant to the provisions of this Act, shall be returned to former owners thereof or their successors in interest, and the United States shall not pay compensation for any such property or interest therein.
Página 278 - Yugoslavia, in consultation with the Inter-Governmental Committee on Refugees, shall as soon as possible work out in common agreement a plan on the following general lines: A. A share of reparation consisting of all the non-monetary gold found by the Allied Armed Forces in Germany and in addition a sum not exceeding 25 million dollars shall be allocated for the rehabilitation and resettlement of non-repatriable victims of German action.
Página 274 - The Swiss Government undertakes, in recognition of the special circumstances, to permit the three Allied Governments to draw immediately up to 50,000,000 Swiss francs upon the proceeds of liquidation of German property against their share thereof. These advances will be devoted to the rehabilitation and resettlement of non-repatriable victims of German action, through the Inter-Governmental Committee on Refugees.
Página 58 - ... exist in Portugal and, judging from past experience, would probably be incompatible with the economic stability and growth that over 40 years Dr. Salazar created. The Salazar regime had widespread acceptance and did not depend, as did Stalin's in Russia, on harsh suppression of individual liberties. A convinced libertarian — particularly a foreign one — could understandably disapprove of Salazar. But I doubt that Plato would have done so.
Página 264 - My name is Seymour J. Rubin. I am a member of the bars of Illinois and the District of Columbia and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Página 276 - Letter, Justice Emil Sandstrom, Chief, Swedish Delegation, to Chiefs of Allied Delegations, July 18, 1946. " Ibid. "PCIRO resolution PREP/in; PCIRO Press Release No. 255, July 23, 1947. This marked the first receipt of funds under the refugee-reparation program. were begun in the fall of 1946. An Accord on the subject of German assets in Portugal was eventually signed in the following February. Article V of the Accord contained a provision that allocation of the proceeds of German assets would be...

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