June 30, 2019

Dutch railway to pay ‘tens of millions’ to Holocaust victims

State-owned Dutch railway service the NS will pay “tens of millions” to individuals for transporting some 100,000 people on their way to death camps for the Nazis in World War II.

In a press conference on Wednesday evening, a special commission recommended the railway should make a payout that will total at least €35 million to around 6,000 survivors or next of kin.

1 comment:

Red Orchid said...

Europe is having a whip-round for these whatchamacallits. I read John Friend's article on same subject yesterday regarding German generosity.

Two European democracies giving money away without the peoples consent, shame!

Great photo of Putin and May at the G20. I think Putin must have asked her how are the Skripals?