During the Second World War the Dutch railway society, the Nationale Spoorwegen ('NS') transported thousands of people to concentration camps upon request of the Nazis. While the NS has apologized for this and has funded commemoration projects in general, it has refused to pay damages to the surviving relatives of the victims. Mr. Salo Muller, son of two of such victims, cannot reconcile himself with this and is currently contemplating legal steps to claim damages. He is being represented by lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld.

More information (in Dutch) can be found on the website of Nieuwsuur.

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