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created Mar 04, 2013

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The Holocaust Claims Processing Office (“HCPO”) was established in 1997 to provide institutional assistance to individuals seeking to recover assets lost due to Nazi persecution. Claimants pay no fee for the HCPO’s services, nor does the HCPO take a percentage of the value of the assets recovered. The mission of the HCPO is threefold: (1) recover assets deposited in banks; (2) recover proceeds of unpaid insurance policies; and, (3) recover art lost, looted, or sold under duress between 1933 and 1945.

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Data Provided By
New York State Department of Financial Services
Source Link
http://www.dfs.ny.gov/reportpub/hcporeport12.pdf
Dataset Summary
Organization
Holocaust Claims Processing Office
Time Period
June 1997 — December 31, 2012
Posting Frequency
Annually
Data Frequency
Cumulative
Dataset Owner
Holocaust Claims Processing Office
Contact Information
claimsques@dfs.ny.gov.
Coverage
International
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US Dollars and Works of Art
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Limitations
This dataset includes information regarding HCPO claimants and restitution/compensation efforts through December 31, 2012.
Dataset Information
Agency
Financial Services, Department of
Common Core
Publisher
State of New York
Contact Name
Open Data NY
Contact Email
opendata@its.ny.gov
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