The Dutch national railway (NS) announced on Wednesday that it will offer financial compensation to Holocaust survivors and their families, admitting responsibility for their role in the transportation of Jews to Nazi concentration camps during World War II.
The state-owned company announced the decision to provide an acknowledgement of responsibility to the tune of tens of millions of euros at a ceremony in Utrecht. The plan is to grant survivors €15,000 to 500 Jews, Roma and Sinti survivors a...
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