INTRIA (Nazi Germany)

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Intria is the acroymn for the International Trade and Investment Agency. It was an agency in the Ministry of Economics during Nazi Germany in World War II and responsible for transferring funds from German Jews.[1]

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  • Dean, Martin: Robbing the Jews - The Cofiscation of Jewish Property in the Holocaust, 1935 - 1945, Cambridge University Press, 2008.