Constantin joins fund

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Although it has no historical record to set straight, Constantin Film will donate 50,000 euros ($54,000) to the $4.8 billion German fund set up in September to compensate forced laborers from WWII.

German companies that benefited from forced or slave labor during WWII are paying into the fund — the first comprehensive effort to make payments for slave and forced labor.

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