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December 5, 2014 8:56 am

Croatia to Give Zagreb Property to Jewish Community as WWII Restitution

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Haaretz – Croatia will give land and an office building in Zagreb collectively valued at about $4 million to the city’s Jewish community as restitution for property expropriated during World War II.

According to the World Jewish Restitution Organization, the community will receive a six-story building and a surrounding land parcel owned by the government in the central part of the capital to replace a building once owned by the local Jewish burial society.

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