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It was in the fall of 1941 when Martin Lachmann wrote to his family in exile: "It's a terribly hard  time, we're living through here, but hopefully everything will pass fortunately."

Martin Lachmann was a legendary insurance salesman for Allianz - and he was Jewish. Under the Nazi dictatorship his world shattered.
Allianz in the Nazi-era: everyday life in the company and economic activity under the Nazi regime.
Humans in the company: management in times of the Nazi-regime and fates of Jewish employees.

The history of expropriation and the attempt to relieve injustice and provide compensation.



Frequently asked questions concerning the history of Allianz and its efforts to resolve unsettled insurance claims from the times of persecution by the Nazi regime.

Anja Rechenberg
Spokesperson Corporate Responsibility

Phone +49 89 3800 4511
Fax +49 89 3800 84511