Thank you so much for all the wonderful advice, understanding and sensitivity

My name is A.G. and was born in the United States. However, my husband of blessed memory, who passed away five years ago, lived in Romania during World War II and was later expelled to Transnistria. He lived there for three and a half years, working in a soap factory. After I contacted the office of the Center for Holocaust Reparations, they called me back and guided me in completing all the forms. My daughter and I related all that we knew (we have no documentation). Yael took care of everything and I was compensated €19,500. In addition, I now receive a monthly pension of €130.

Thank you so much for all the wonderful advice, understanding and sensitivity.

A. G. November 9, 2016

Debrecen Ghetto

I was born in May, 1927. During the war, I lived in the Debrecen Ghetto in Hungary for a month. From there, we were evicted to Auschwitz. My elder sister and I were the sole survivors of our entire family.

My friend recommended the ‘International Center for Holocaust Reparations‘ to me. I contacted them, received the relevant information and got help filling out all the forms. The firm has Jewish lawyers, warm, patient and kind-hearted. After several months, I succeeded in claiming 33,000€ as well as an additional monthly stipend of €198. I couldn’t believe it when I saw the money deposited in the bank!

Thank you to all the kind and dedicated staff, especially to Tami and Dana!

C. N. November 9, 2016

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