"Holocaust Restitution" is the first volume to present the Holocaust restitution movement directly from the viewpoints of the various parties involved in the campaigns and settlements. Now that the Holocaust restitution claims are closed, this work enjoys the benefits of hindsight to provide a definitive assessment of the movement. From lawyers and state department officials to survivors and heads of key institutes involved in the negotiations, the volume brings together the central players in the Holocaust restitution movement, both pro and con. The volume examines the claims against European banks and against Germany and Austria relating to forced labor, insurance claims, and looted art claims. It considers their significance, their legacy, and the moral issues involved in seeking and receiving restitution. Contributors include Michael Berenbaum, Judge Thomas Buergenthal, Stuart E. Eizenstat, Eric Freedman and Richard Weisberg, Peter Hayes, Kai Hennig, Judge Edward R. Korman, Burt Neuborne, and Melvyn I. Weiss.