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September 11, 2000
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A group of Holocaust survivors sued France’s national railroad in a U.S. court, demanding that it pay damages for shipping some 75,000 Jews to Nazi death camps. The lawsuit said the railroad ran its deportation trains as if they were part of its ordinary commercial business, but selected cars with no broken boards to prevent escapes.

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