Title:Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets - Collection Finding Aid
Description:Created in 1998, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States (PACHA, aka PCHA) was charged with investigating what happened to the assets of victims of the Holocaust that ended up in the possession of the United States Federal Government. Research constituted the heart of PCHA’s work. Records of the PCHA deal with the issue of reparations, activities of Chase National Bank during World War II, administrative files of the PCHA, and includes drafts of chapters, reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, fact sheets, researcher notes, and findings and recommendations. The final report of the Commission, “Plunder and Restitution: Findings and Recommendations of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States and Staff Report,” was submitted to President Clinton in December 2000.
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