Correction

In the article "Slovak Jews suing Germany for redress" By Matthew Reynolds, Vol. 6 No. 40, October 23 - 29, it was reported that Holocaust survivors formerly caught behind the Iron Curtain had since 1998 been eligible for pensions from Germany in the amount of 500 German marks per month. The actual figure is 250 German marks per month. Survivors in Western countries are eligible for the 500 German mark pension.

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