Andrew Bibby reports on why compensation claims for Austrian Jewish survivors have yet to be paid out

Sunday November 13, 2005
The Observer

While today, Remembrance Sunday, commemorates those who died during the two World Wars, for some who escaped the atrocities the nightmare is far from over. It took more than half a century from the end of the Second World War before Peter Phillips, Evi Labi and the 2,000 other Britons who had family property, insurance policies and bank accounts looted by the Nazis in Austria were promised any redress.
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