Several Belgian retirees that are alleged to have collaborated with Nazi Germany at a time when the Third Reich occupied Belgium during the Second World War are still receiving special pensions for their services to the Fascist German state at the time.
Monthly payments range from €425 to €1,275 a month. In the immediate postwar period, up to 38,000 Belgian citizens received a pension for having collaborated with the Nazis.
Among those who receive pensions are residents of Belgian border regio...


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