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[Photo] A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940

A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940. Holland had an active Nazi party. During the war, Dutch Nazis collaborated closely with the Germans. A Dutch resistance developed almost immediately after the arrival of Hitler's troops.

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German soldier is attacked and arrested by Dutch citizens on the Rokin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (1945)

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Jewish quarter of Amsterdam

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Groep NBS-ers, Amsterdam (mei 1945)

Amsterdam during the hunger winter.

Verlaten stadspand in de Jodenbuurt, die vrijwel is gesloopt wegens zoektocht naar brandhout in de hongerwinter, Amsterdam (1944-1945)

1944-1945 - While the southern part of The Netherlands had been liberated by allied forces in September of 1944, people in the northern part of the country, including Amsterdam, had to live through “The Hunger Winter”. In the photo: With no food and coal to burn in their stoves the citizens of Amsterdam started to remove the planks from the wooden bridge throughout the city. #worldwar2 #Amsterdam #hongerwinter

Amsterdam, Holland, Jewish houses that were robbed during the famine of winter 1944-1945.

Achter een venster is in de hongerwinter een pamflet met de tekst 'Voor Joden verboden' aangebracht, Amsterdam, (1944-1945)