Enemy Property Commission: Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, 80th Congress, 1st Session, on H.R.873 and H.R.1823, Bills to Create an Enemy Property Commission, to Provide for the Disposal of Certain Enemy Property, and for Other Purposes, and H.R.1000, a Bill Creating a Commission to Examine and Render Final Decision on All Claims by American Nationals who Were Members of the Armed Forces of the U.S. and who Were Prisoners of War of Germany, Italy, Or Japan, for Payment of Its Awards, and for Other Purposes, and H.R.2823, a Bill to Provide for a Commission to Adjudicate Claims of American Nationals who Were Prisoners of War of Japan, for Payment of Its Awards, and for Other Purposes. March 20, 21, and April 21, 1947

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