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The Euro figure is the equivalent of 5,000 Deutschmarks, a sum the Claims Conference negotiated with the German government in 1980. The youngest Algerian survivors, born in 1942, would today be 76 years old.
Most, however, are in their 80s and 90s, Schneider said.
Like almost other Middle East countries, citizens in Algeria can apply for Vietnam visa when they desire to visit Vietnam for tourist or any other purpose.
In case if Algeria citizens entering Vietnam by guarantee by a business partner in Vietnam, you should ask staff in charge in this company to contact us directly, so that we can guide him/her how to complete the guarantee form as well as help with the further procedure for getting a visa.Nuremberg-like laws banned Jews from working as doctors, lawyers, teachers and in government. On Tuesday, 78 years after they endured suffering that left families penniless and starving, and pariahs in their own country, the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany will begin taking their applications for recognition as survivors, making each eligible for a one-time “hardship grant” and additional services like food vouchers and in-home care.Get The Jewish News Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up “For the first time they’re being recognised as Nazi victims by the German government,” said Greg Schneider, executive vice president of the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany.The JCC will decide about the individual cases, considering the guidelines which were decided upon together between the JCC and the German Federal Ministry of Finance.” Today almost no Jews are left in Algeria — fewer than 50, according to the Jewish Virtual Library. A Vichy government census showed about 118,000 Jews there, according to Wesley Fisher, the Claims Conference’s director of research. It was a community full of professionals and artists and writers.
The Algerian Jewish community was the most assimilated of any Muslim country, said Prof. Though they were generally less religious than Jews in neighbouring Morocco and Tunisia, there were still hundreds of synagogues in hundreds of cities, towns and villages.
“There weren’t extermination camps in Algeria but a person’s childhood was turned upside down because of this persecution targeting Jews. The experience during the war for so many people defines them, is the seminal experience of their lives.