Reparations being paid by Germany have proven inadequate to compensate. Israel requested more money. Germany sought alternative sources.
A theory was advanced that Nazi Germany could not have accomplished “the final solution” without the assistance of non-Germans.
The John J. Demjanjuk case, although deeply flawed, was the most prominent unresolved case involving the Holocaust. The United States, having taken away Demjanjuk’s U.S. citizenship for a second time, hastened to find him deportable.