Never Again: Israel, Germany Mark 60 Years Since Signing of Holocaust Reparations Agreement

Controversy has blighted Germany's remuneration to Holocaust survivors from the 1950s, when many in Israel protested normalized relations with West Germany, until today, when the Claims Conference's negotiations with the German government remain often 'difficult and unpleasant.'

BERLIN - On Wednesday afternoon of last week, with the temperature hovering near the freezing mark, around 20 people gathered outside a residential building on 10 Wichmannstrasse in this city's Tiergarten neighborhood, not far from where Hitler's bunker once stood. They had come to pay their final respects to a woman none of them had known, who lived at this address before being sent to her death in Auschwitz.