(Israel National News) Jews from Amsterdam who survived the Holocaust, either in hiding or in Nazi concentration camps, were later fined for failing to pay taxes during the war, Yisrael Hayom reports, citing Dutch paper Het Parool.

(During the war many Jews had their homes confiscated, ostensibly for failing to pay taxes. According to the report, the homes were then given to members of the Dutch Nazi party.

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