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Holocaust Images - The Netherlands

Images of the Holocaust in the Netherlands





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A bridge leading to the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam.
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A Dutch policeman looks out the hatch of a small bunker that served as a hiding place for Dutch Jews in the Eibergen region in 1942-1943
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A Jewish policeman from the Westerbork camp who was sent to Amsterdam to supervise a deportation to the camp
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A Jewish woman waiting in the Polderweg railway station in Amsterdam prior to a deportation to the Westerbork camp.
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A map of the camp at Westerbork
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A sign at the entrance to the community of Baarn in the Netherlands says -Jews not Welcome-
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A sign in a shop window says Jews not wanted
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A street in the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam in February 1941
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A transport of Dutch Jews marches to the Amersfoot internment camp
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Anne Frank house - front view
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Anne Frank house - rear
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Anne Frank
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Copyright Carmelo Lisciotto H.E.A.R.T 2010

Copyright Carmelo Lisciotto H.E.A.R.T 2010

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