Survivors, legislators take on archives, insurance claims
By Edwin BlacK

Edwin Black

View all articles by Edwin Black NEW YORK – Reaction to recent revelations of corporate complicity, insurance company involvement, and the great number of IBM punch cards among the papers in a secret archive in Bad Arolsen, Germany, have reignited a grassroots campaign among Holocaust survivors to recover Nazi-era insurance claims against companies such as the Italian insurance giant Generali.