The Dutch national rail company NS is studying ways it can pay individual reparations for its role in the massive deportation of Jews by Nazi occupiers during World War II.
More than 100,000 or 70% of Dutch Jews did not make it after being transported from the Netherlands to concentration camps during World War II.
IN a statement, the Dutch rail company described the Nazi collaboration as a “black page in the history of our country and our company” and said it was “a past that we do not look away from."https://t.co/l9tfU8k4IA
— Newstalk (@NewstalkFM) December 3, 2018