yes but by what they did he was largely referring to the bombing of Dutch cities in 1940 by the Luftwaffe this still happened and arguably with the Dutch still resisting would have been more significant not less.They’re already getting plenty out of the war, they have full control over Germany and will no doubt dismantle its military capabilities and strip down its surviving industrial infrastructure to replace what was destroyed in their own countries. Annexing the left bank of the Rhine doesn’t magically make Germany any less of a threat in the long term.
Also, it’s worth noting that the French, Belgian, and Dutch governments ITTL managed to hold off Germany rather than being pushed off the continent (even if it was only a toehold in Belgium’s case). This means that those nations have suffered less and there isn’t as much agitation by figures like De Gaulle for “reclaiming national honor.”
Case in point. "What the Germans did" doesn't amount to as much ITTL since the Dutch were able to retreat behind the Water Line, so this doesn't necessarily apply here.