Reparation and Reconciliation
The vanquished must pay reparations. That custom has a long tradition. Hence, Germany paid after World War II – to Israel (which didn’t exist during the war), and to the survivors among her victims. Yet, the other countries that had been invaded by Germany didn’t see a penny. Well, they merely plundered and sliced and diced Germany as such… Papers in this section deal with the reparations paid by Germany, and that country’s attempt at reconciliation with its former enemies.
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc. (COJMCAG Inc.) commissioned a study of the public's "Awareness of the Holocaust,” timed to be released on Holocaust Remembrance Day. COJMCAG Inc. claims that there is a "significant lack of Holocaust knowledge in the United States."