The Netherlands' state-owned railway company, Nederlandse Spoorwegen, will compensate individuals whose Jewish relatives were deported on its trains to Nazi death camps in WWII. Host Marco Werman speaks to Ruben Vis, the CEO of NIK, an organization for Jewish communities in the Netherlands, about this decision by the railway company and what it means to the Jewish community.
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