BERLIN (AFP)—Germany’s state-owned rail company pledged to donate five million euros (6.6 million dollars) to a fund for Nazi victims, mostly in projects in eastern Europe. “Sixty-five years after the end of the war, the suffering of the victims of Nazism is not forgotten,” Deutsche Bahn chief executive Ruediger Grube said. “The survivors of these crimes still suffer today from the consequences of deportation, forced labour and other Nazi atrocities.” The German national railways, then called the Reichsbahn, helped transport millions of people to work as slave labourers or to be killed in the death camps in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II.