Holocaust survivor David Schaecter, president of the Holocaust Survivors Foundation USA, speaks during a news conference about German insurance giant Allianz’s decision to drop sponsorship of a professional golf tournament in Boca Raton. Survivors say that this could renew momentum for their years-long effort to gain the right to sue the company over stolen Jewish policies during the Nazi era.
Holocaust survivor David Schaecter, president of the Holocaust Survivors Foundation USA, speaks during a news conference about German insurance giant Allianz’s decision to drop sponsorship of a professional golf tournament in Boca Raton. Survivors say that this could renew momentum for their years-long effort to gain the right to sue the company over stolen Jewish policies during the Nazi era. Lynne Sladky AP
Holocaust survivor David Schaecter, president of the Holocaust Survivors Foundation USA, speaks during a news conference about German insurance giant Allianz’s decision to drop sponsorship of a professional golf tournament in Boca Raton. Survivors say that this could renew momentum for their years-long effort to gain the right to sue the company over stolen Jewish policies during the Nazi era. Lynne Sladky AP

German insurer Allianz drops Boca golf tourney after years of protest by Holocaust survivors

April 24, 2017 2:14 PM