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PRAGUE/WASRSZAWA/PARIS/BERLIN (Own Report) - The initiative "Eleven Thousand Children" reported that survivors of the "Reichsbahn" (Railway) deportations into the concentration camps of the NS-regime wanted to conduct juridical steps against the current board of the German Railway Enterprise "Deutsche Bahn AG". The victims of the deportation, among them the eleven thousand children from France and several millions from occupied areas, had to pay four "Reichs"pennies per kilometer for their deportation on the German railway net; for children two pennies were charged each. The German "Reich" collected the fees among others from the Jewish communities of the deported people and distributed millions of "Reichsmark" to the German "Reichsbahn". From the operational capital stock and the resulting interest rates all "Reichsbahn"-successors took their profits. Even today the German Railway Association benefits from the deportation money, however refuses to remember of the victims of the crimes through nation-wide exhibitions. After first complaints from Prague, which were directed against the board of the German Railway Association, the Initiative "Eleven Thousand Children" calls the survivors of the "Reichsbahn" crimes in all European states, to notify their respective cases of deportation and prepare it for an international lawsuit. "After the people, the "Reichsbahn" shifted goods and chattels of the deported ones in ten thousand waggon loads through the whole continent," reports Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dreßen. "Hereby fortunes of many millions were stolen, which have never been returned." ex.klusiv

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