Poles have til the end of 2008 to make claim for compensation for land lost during WW2.
Thanks for pointing that out I should have been more clear. This is for property taken after the war on outskirts. As you can see in the articals I have submitted, Poland is not placing "Jewish" victims on the top of the list as they requested. What I am hoping is the full story be brought into 2008 with victims of "Polands people" from both "Hitler" and "Stalin" IMO the real victims.
This led to quick speculation
that the Jewish community would enjoy a priviledged position in
property return claims.
The prime minister firmly dismissed such allegations stressing that
the new law will not differentiate claimants in any manner.
'Poor Poles, or rather their descendants, are to compensate
descendants of wealthy Polish citizens. We should organize a
referendum and ask Poles, if they want to pay? Someone who had a
rich grandfather is now demanding money from the Polish taxpayers.
That's what it boils down to. I, too, had a rich grandfather, but
I'm not asking for anything.'
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