On 27 November 2018, Salo Muller, represented by lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld, and the Dutch Railways (Nederlandse Spoorwegen; NS) agreed that the individual survivors of transports to Nazi-camps that the NS conducted during the occupation, as well as children of those NS-transportees who were born during the war, will be compensated. In response to this, the Committee on Individual Compensation for Victims of WWII Transport by NS has since been appointed. The committee's website went live this week: https://commissietegemoetkomingns.nl/en.

We kindly refer you to that website for more information about the committee and the question of whether you are eligible for compensation.

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