April 28, 2013

Nazi Debt To Greece Could Ease Crisis

With Greece deciding to press for some 160 billion euros ($208.45 billion) it says it’s owed in WWII reparations for damages and forced loans to the Nazis, a commentary in Germany’s influential newspaper Die Welt said Germany should consider waiving part of Greece’s huge debt burden.

The piece notes that Greek authorities have expressed their determination to press demands for war reparations and “bring the matter to a conclusion.” Read more.

Greek Reporter

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