A Holocaust survivor is asking for compensation from a Dutch company for forced labor in the labor camp of Mantinge. Some 5,000 Jewish men were forced to dig trenches and cultivate land there in 1942. The company, Heidemij, now renamed Arcadis, denied responsibility following a similar claim in 1963.
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