Holocaust-Era Insurance Exhibit
Florida’s Efforts Toward Claims
In pre-war Europe insurance policies were a popular form of investment, yet very few families were able to collect benefits at the end of the war.
Florida was one of just a handful to states that set up its own commission to help policyholders successfully file long-delayed claims. This exhibit details the history and the importance of Florida’s efforts.
- 9 illustrated panels (14 x 20) with the history of Holocaust-era insurance, denials, and remedies
- Stack of brochures that provide detailed information about the State’s programs for Holocaust Survivors