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I know a few children of Holocaust survivors, and they themselves admit that they are not the most psychologically healthy people.  They question the effect of WWII on their parents - were their parents healthy psychologically prior to the War and  was it their parents' psychological quirkiness as they call it, the reason they survived?  Or was it the effect of the events they witnessed?

I think a case would have to be made about this for each and every individual family, so no class action suit could really be possible, I would think.

Also, I think what happened with the recent settlements of Jewish claimants against the Swiss banks was really disgusting - the attorney fees of the Jewish NYC lawyers were simply disgracefully high.  

by zoe on Sat Jul 14th, 2007 at 06:47:15 AM EST
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