Swiss Banks Plan to Post Other Possible Nazi-Era Account Holders Swiss banks release some 3,000 names of account holders who may have been victims of the Holocaust, in the latest attempt to find the rightful owners of money stolen or abandoned during the Nazi era. NPR's Robert Smith reports.
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Swiss Banks Plan to Post Other Possible Nazi-Era Account Holders

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Swiss Banks Plan to Post Other Possible Nazi-Era Account Holders

Swiss Banks Plan to Post Other Possible Nazi-Era Account Holders

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Lawyers overseeing the settlement of a billion-dollar class-action suit filed by Holocaust survivors against Swiss banks announced that the names of 3,100 more Nazi-era depositors would be posted on the Internet. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

Names of Swiss Account Holders

The names of Nazi-era Swiss bank account holders are now posted on the Internet at the following sites: