Wednesday, September 23, 1998
largest insurer yesterday retracted its
offer of £61 million in compensation
to the families of Holocaust victims over
tens of thousands of life policies bought
before the Second World War.
Trieste-based Assicurazioni Generali which
signed a letter of intent in New York on
Aug 19 to compensate relatives, blamed the
families for violating the agreement,
though it would not say how.
newspaper suggested that the victims'
relatives were unhappy about a clause
precluding forth against the insurance
The Daily Telegraph