Project HEART\’s comprehensive archive of Jewish Holocaust victims\’ assets now contains 1.5 million records

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Project HEART currently seeks direct contact with all eligible persons, Jewish Holocaust victims and their heirs worldwide who lost Jewish property assets from the Holocaust era.

If you or your family owned movable, immovable, or intangible property that was confiscated, looted or forcibly sold in countries governed or occupied by the Nazi forces or Axis powers during the Holocaust era and you or your relatives received no restitution for that property after the Holocaust era, you may be eligible to participate in the Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce (Project HEART)

The 1.5 million records contained in Project HEART\’s online database consist of property addresses, lists of homeowners, professions, lists of known confiscated properties, business directories, insurance policies, and other archival information that can assist potential applicants in their research.

Project HEART\’s Executive Director, Bobby Brown, stated that the addition of approximately 1 million records since the database was first posted on May 1, 2011, demonstrates Project HEART\’s commitment to \”list every piece of private property that we can find, for which the Jewish people declare they never received compensation.\”

Project HEART currently seeks direct contact with all eligible persons, Jewish Holocaust victims and their heirs worldwide who lost Jewish property assets from the Holocaust era.
If you or your family owned movable, immovable, or intangible property that was confiscated, looted or forcibly sold in countries governed or occupied by the Nazi forces or Axis powers during the Holocaust era and you or your relatives received no restitution for that property after the Holocaust era, you may be eligible to participate in the Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce (Project HEART).
Your family’s property may include – but is not limited to:
Real Estate
Art Judaica
Livestock
Professional Tools
Precious Stones
Precious Metals
Jewelry
Stocks
Bonds
Insurance Policies
Savings Accounts
And more…
Please Don’t Delay. Find Out Now if You…or Someone You Know…May Qualify!
A Commitment to the Jewish People…

The 1.5 million records contained in Project HEART\’s online database consist of property addresses, lists of homeowners, professions, lists of known confiscated properties, business directories, insurance policies, and other archival information that can assist potential applicants in their research.

Project HEART\’s Executive Director, Bobby Brown, stated that the addition of approximately 1 million records since the database was first posted on May 1, 2011, demonstrates Project HEART\’s commitment to
\”list every piece of private property that we can find, for which the Jewish people declare they never received compensation.\”
…And a New Call for Justice

\”The Project HEART database will be instrumental in struggling for a measure of justice on behalf of Holocaust victims and their heirs,\” said Natan Sharansky, the Chairman of the Jewish Agency. Sharansky added, \”The records compiled in the Project HEART database serve as uncontroverted proof that the Holocaust was not only the greatest murder ever committed, but the greatest robbery in history. We are dedicated to the struggle to ensure that Holocaust victims and their heirs receive compensation and are proud that Project HEART is utilizing advanced technological tools to advance this goal.\”
Leah Nass, Deputy Minister for Senior Citizens, representing the Government of Israel, said, \”Project HEART’s creation of the most comprehensive database of Holocaust era property records to date demonstrates our commitment to seek a measure of justice for Holocaust victims and their heirs.\”
Why Project HEART is So Important… and So Effective

Launched in late February 2011, Project HEART seeks to identify Jewish Holocaust victims and their heirs worldwide whose families owned real estate, movable, immovable, or other intangible personal property that was confiscated, looted, or forcibly sold in countries governed or occupied by the Nazi forces or Axis powers during the Holocaust era. The only limitation for application is if restitution has been made to a victim or the victim’s heirs for that property after the Holocaust era; then they are not eligible for further restitution in connection with that property.
The Project HEART database was specifically created to assist Holocaust victims and their heirs during the eligibility process. Individuals can access the database on the Project HEART website. To participate in Project HEART, individuals only need to fill out the Questionnaire that may be found on the website.

The online database will also serve as a powerful tool during future efforts to achieve restitution on behalf of eligible participants, since the records contained in the database will complement as well as legitimize the information submitted by Holocaust victims and their heirs.

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