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United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York,
Chief Judge Edward R. Korman Presiding (CV-96-4849)

Bank Claims

2005 List Owners of Accounts Identified by the ICEP Auditors

Attention: Please note that all deadlines to file claims related to the names and/or accounts appearing on these lists with the CRT have passed. At this point, these previously published lists of names of Account Owners and names of Power of Attorney Holders appear on this website for informational purposes only.

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Section 1: Account Owners - People  


Pache, Henri
Padova-Liebhaber, Clara
Pallavicini, Therese
Pechner, Elisabeth
Pegel, Anna
Peisach-Weiss, Berthold
Pelzmann, Otto
Perl, Alfred G
Perl-Gregor, Franz
Perrin, Louis
Petratscheck, Joseph
Pfahler, Robert
Pfahler, Luise
Pfeiffer, Elisabeth
Pfeiffer, Ernst
Pfeiffer, Maria
Pfeiffer-Abel, Paula
Philgus, Elisabeth
Philgus, Wilhelm
Philipp, Heinrich
Picard, E.
Picard, Marx
Picard, Raymond
Picard, M. Marthe
Pichler, Josef
Pick, Gertrud
Pick, Margarete
Pilzer, Leopold
Piotrowski, Jan
Pohl, Carl
Pohorille, David
Pohorille-Mermelstein, Cäcilie
Polak, Anton
Polak, Hélene
Polak, Michel
Polier-Jeanneret, Berthe
Pollak, Laura
Pollak, Isidor
Popovic, Anna
Popper, Carl
Popper, Emma
Popper, Hedwig
Popper, Simon
Popper, Franz Joseph
Pradel, Emile Francois Jeanne
Prager, Moritz
Prud'Homme, Jean Roger