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Amsterdam to compensate Jews for WWII taxes, fines

Published: 05.22.14, 19:23 / Israel News

AMSTERDAM - Amsterdam will pay compensation to Jewish residents who fled or were forced from their homes during World War II - and returned to find overdue taxes and late payment fines waiting for them.

 

The city council says in Thursday's statement it will repay survivors or their families 820,000 euros ($1.1 million). It plans a wider investigation into unfair postwar charges.

 

Mayor Eberhard van der Laan said: "With the eyes of today, but also with the eyes of then, the city levying fines on war victims was formalistic and inappropriate." (AP)

 

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