Compensation for WWII

THE INTERNATIONAL Migration Organization in Bratislava has said that 7,300 Slovaks have made applications for compensation for acts carried out by the Nazis.

A Nazi puppet state was led by Catholic priest Jozef Tiso in Slovakia during World War Two. During his rule as president of the country Slovakia became the only state to actually pay Germany to take Jews to concentration camps.

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