35 municipalities won't investigate WWII looting of real estate owned by Jews

Of the Dutch municipalities in which real estate was stolen fro Jewish people during the Second World War, 35 will not investigate this matter, Pointer reports after surveying the cities. Pointer used the Verkaufsbücher for its survey. 

It is the German administration in which they recorded over 7,000 real estate transactions worth almost 100 million guilders. According to Pointer, the Germans made hundreds of millions of euros in profits from these transactions and used that money to finance concentration camps, among other things. 

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