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"The following is the text of a joint statement issued December 8 by the United States of America and France. Begin Text:
Today, France and the United States have signed an agreement in Washington to establish a compensation fund for those Holocaust victims deported from France who had not been able to gain access to the French compensation program. This fund will supplement the schemes established by France since 1946 for reparation and compensation of the victims of anti-Semitic persecutions led by the German occupation authorities and the Vichy regime. In this year marked by the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy and Provence, this agreement further strengthens the historic friendship and ties between our two countries. For more information, please see our factsheet."
Under the agreement, France will pay a %60 million lump sum to the United States, who will administer payment of the individual claims and would thereafter "undertake an international obligation to recognize and affirmatively protect the immunity of France and its instrumentalities with regard to Holocaust deportation claims in the United States."
However, don't get the wrong idea- just because the title says 'holocaust compensation,' this is not for those people who were said to be 'gassed' in 'chambers' with Zyklon B. (If that were the case, the 'six million' victims would only get $10 bucks each, since there is only $60 million in the pot!) No, this fund is for people in three categories:
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U.S.-France Agreement on Compensation for Certain Victims of Holocaust-Related Deportation from France Who Are Not Covered by French Programs
Office of the Spokesperson
December 5, 2014
The United States and France have reached an agreement for substantial compensation in connection with the wrongs suffered by Holocaust victims deported from France. The United States and France plan to sign the agreement Monday, December 8th. The centerpiece of the agreement is a $60 million lump sum payment by France to the United States, to pay out to eligible claimants. France recognizes that Americans and other foreigners deported during the Holocaust have not been able to gain access to the French pension program, and has agreed to compensate them through this agreement. In exchange for the lump sum, the U.S. Government would undertake an international obligation to recognize and affirmatively protect the immunity of France and its instrumentalities with regard to Holocaust deportation claims in the United States, and to act as necessary to ensure an enduring legal peace.
The agreement is expected to result in payments to several thousand U.S. citizens and others around the world. The U.S. Government will be solely responsible for distributing the funds among eligible claimants. There are three categories of claimants.
First, those who survived deportation from France and are nationals of a country other than France (with the exception of those from countries covered by bilateral agreements with France: Belgium, Poland, the United Kingdom, and former Czechoslovakia) will be eligible to apply. It is estimated that each of these eligible survivors would receive a payment of over one hundred thousand dollars.
Second, spouses of those who were deported from France and are nationals of a country other than France (or one of the four countries mentioned above) will be eligible to apply. It is estimated that each spouse would receive a payment of tens of thousands of dollars.
Third, estates �standing in the shoes� of survivors or spouses who died after the end of World War II would be eligible to apply for compensation on their behalf. These estates would need to show that the deported survivor or the surviving spouse was a national of a country other than France (or one of the four countries mentioned above). The amount of payments to the estates of survivors and spouses would depend upon the year when the survivor or spouse died.
The French Parliament must approve the agreement before it enters into force, and before any payments can be made. Following entry into force, the United States will publish a notice of the program, including the information needed for the filing of claims. Claimants will then be afforded an adequate period of time to file their claims through a fair and streamlined procedure.
French citizens, who are not covered by this agreement, may continue to apply under the French pension program, even if they have never applied before, or applied and were turned down. Moreover, all individuals who were minors at the time of the deportation and lost a parent who was deported and died during the Holocaust are eligible for a pension or lump sum payment through a French program created for such orphans of any nationality. France has already paid over $60 million to over 1,000 eligible orphans in the United States, and additional amounts to orphans from Israel and other countries. Others who lost one or both parents may apply.