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September 30, 2005
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The head of Dutch Railways apologized for the company’s role in deporting Jews during World War II. “I apologize from the depths of my heart and in all humility,” Aad Veenman said at the launch of an anti-racism campaign, a collaboration between Dutch Railways and the Central Jewish Organization for External Relations.

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