The city of Amsterdam collected more than $10 million in property taxes and penalties from Holocaust survivors for property that was seized by Nazi's while they were in hiding or in concentration ... more 
The city of Amsterdam collected more than $10 million in property taxes and penalties from Holocaust survivors for property that was seized by Nazi's while they were in hiding or in concentration camps. less 
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