WWII Ghetto Workers Eligible For Reparations Holocaust survivors who worked in German-controlled ghettos during World War II may be eligible for about $3,000 from the German government. Legal clinics aim to help the estimated 20,000 survivors living in the U.S. apply for funding.
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WWII Ghetto Workers Eligible For Reparations

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Albert Davis, 80, was sent with his family to work in a Jewish ghetto in Sighet, Romania, when he was 13. They were later taken to Auschwitz, where his family was killed. Chion Wolf for NPR hide caption

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Albert Davis, 80, was sent with his family to work in a Jewish ghetto in Sighet, Romania, when he was 13. They were later taken to Auschwitz, where his family was killed.

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Davis signs his application for the German Ghetto Work Payment Program. Chion Wolf for NPR hide caption

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