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Office of the Spokesman
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December 4, 2008
Taken Question at Thursday, December 4 Daily Press Briefing

Albania: Resolution of Property Thefts by the Nazis

QuestionDoes the U.S. have a role in the resolution of thefts of property in Albania by the Nazis near the end, or after, World War II?

Answer:   The Office of Holocaust Issues is responsible for assisting U.S. citizens with any claim resulting from Nazi activities during the 1933-45 period. No claimants have requested assistance with claims against Albania. Any U.S. citizen who believes he/she has a claim for movable or immovable property in Albania, because of Nazi activities, should contact the Office of Holocaust Issues.

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