The foreign nationals who were transferred on French freight trains to Nazi’s death camps will be compensated with $60 million in total, as French MPs approved a bilateral deal with the US.
On 24 June, French lawmakers approved a quid pro quo agreement with the US, which allows the compensation of foreign nationals who were transported to the German death camps. The French government has already paid out another $60 million to French nationals who were victims of the Holocaust under a scheme ...
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