The Last Deposit: Swiss Banks and Holocaust Victims' Accounts

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NOTES

CHAPTER 1
1.
Helen Junz's report to the Volcker Commission, February 11, 1997.
2.
Gitta Sereny, Into That Darkness (Andre Deutch, 1974), 101.
3.
Journalists' meeting with Hanspeter Haeni, February 26, 1997 (hereafter, Interview with Haeni); interviews with Israel Singer, May 30, 1997, July 2, 1997, July 14, 1997, September 7, 1997 (hereafter, Interview with Singer); Globes, June 4, 1997, October 29, 1997.
4.
Israel State Archives, Foreign Ministry (hereafter ISA), file fo 3347/45.
5.
ISA, files fo 3347/12; fo 3347/46.
6.
Ibid., file fo 3347/47.
7.
Letter from Senator Alfonse D'Amato to attorney Mark Cohen, February 27, 1996; Ha'aretz, April 9, 1996; Ma'ariv, April 2, 1996.
8.
Yedi'ot Aharonot, January 30, 1997.
9.
Ma'ariv, March 6, 1997.
10.
Globes, July 24, 1997; Yedi'ot Aharonot, July 27, 1997.
11.
Globes, February 11, 1997.
12.
Ibid., March 13, 1997. The published names appear on a website managed by the Simon Wiesenthal Center at http://204.254.71.206/Swissquery.cfm
13.
Peter Hug and Marc Perrenoud, Assets in Switzerland of Victims of Nazism and the Compensation Agreements with East Bloc Countries (Bern: Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, English edition, 1997) (hereafter, Hug-Perrenoud report), 62.
14.
ISA, file fo 2544/12.
15.
Ibid., file fo 3347/12.
16.
Ibid.
17.
Ma'ariv, April 1983.
18.
Journalists' meeting with high-ranking Swiss banker, February 26, 1997 (hereafter, High-Ranking banker).
19.
Interview with Silvia Matile-Steiner, October 26, 1994.
20.
Interview with Martin Wirz, October 25, 1994.
21.
Meeting with Julius Baer Bank official, October 17, 1994; meeting with UBS official, October 19, 1994; Arthur Andersen's report to the Volcker Commission on Julius Baer Bank, August 1997.
22.
Globes, June 5, 1997; KPMG's report to the Volcker Commission on UBS, August, 1997.

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