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Published: Sep 12, 2008
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Nazi Insurers Allianz Want Naming Rights To New Giants, Jets Stadium
by Mitch Marconi

Allianz is one of the world's largest insurance firms and they want to have their name adorn the new Giants and Jets stadium.

The only problem is, the company once insured Nazi death camps and refused to pay life insurance claims to its Jewish clients, instead granting the proceeds to the Nazis.

Now Allianz has since paid reparations and officials from  the German-based  company say that they've atoned for past history and should not be judged by the company's World War II record.

The naming rights negotiations between Allianz and the Giants and Jets has a potential price tag that could reach $20 million to $30 million a year, according to AP reports.

Several Jewish organizations are opposing the move, saying the company's name is a constant reminder of the past.

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