Germans, not French railroad, deserve Holocaust blame

March 11, 2011

For or the life of me I can't understand why after 60 years Holocaust victims are blaming a French railroad for being involved in the Holocaust tragedies. ("Rail line's role in Holocaust surfaces in MARC contract bid," Feb. 19). They didn't round up the thousands of Jews and put them in cattle cars to the camps. The Germans did. Don't you think that if this French railroad company didn't exist the Germans would have found another way to transport the people? Look at how many people alive today that lived through the Holocaust and other war tragedies are driving Mercedes, Volkswagens, Toyotas, etc. Did these companies apologize for their war crimes? Put the foot where the shoe fits.

Frank F. Braunstein , Pikesville

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