‘... worden geacht nimmer den eigendom te hebben verloren’ Vermoord en bestolen: Joden, hun overlevingskansen en hun onroerende eigendommen in en na de Tweede Wereldoorlog op het Groninger platteland: Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier en Het Hogeland: Rapport van het onderzoek naar het handelen van de gemeenten Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier en Het Hogeland ten aanzien van Joods onroerend goed circa 1940-1955

Translated title of the contribution: ".. are considered to have never left their property". Murdered and robbed. Jews, their survival chances and their real estates in and after World War II in the Groningen countryside: Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier en Het Hogeland: Report of the investigation into the acting of the municipalities Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier and het Hogeland regarding Jewish reals estate ca. 1940-1955

Richard Paping, Jeroen Benders, Daniël Broersma, Albert Buursma, Owen Duijvendak, Koos Graper

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Abstract

The research showed that survival chances of Jews using an individual approach in the region under study was with about 10% a third lower than was until now reported in literature (15%). The report also discusses in detail the appropriation of Jewish reals estates during WWII and the procedures afterwards to restore the original owners, though much more often their successors in their ownership. Especially, a lot of attention is given to those cases were the local government was involved in the acquisition of Jewish property.
Translated title of the contribution".. are considered to have never left their property". Murdered and robbed. Jews, their survival chances and their real estates in and after World War II in the Groningen countryside: Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier en Het Hogeland: Report of the investigation into the acting of the municipalities Oldambt, Veendam, Midden-Groningen, Westerkwartier and het Hogeland regarding Jewish reals estate ca. 1940-1955
Original languageDutch
Number of pages264
Publication statusPublished - 9-Mar-2023

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