Wednesday, 17 April 2013

90% of Greeks want government to pursue Germany over WWII reparations



That’s an interesting public opinion survey result that will increase pressure for the Greek government to carry on with the WWII demands from Germany. Eight in ten Greeks believe, the government should pursue Germany over the reparations for damages during the 2. World War. Even if some compensation was given for human losses and infrastructure damages, the ‘enforced loan’ of current worth 54 billion euro was never on the agenda between the two countries. It’s high time, it will come to the agenda.  Even if just to calm down the austerity- and recession-hit Greeks, who see in German government the reason for the rash deterioration of their financial situation.

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GreeceAndWorld Hellas said...

All the amounts are without the interests. The "occupation loan" alone is estimated to 510bn Euros.

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