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The National Holocaust Museum and the Hollandsche Schouwburg

The National Holocaust Museum and the Hollandsche Schouwburg

Observe, reflect, act

Edited by Annemiek Gringold
Edited by Asjer Waterman


Publishing 13th May 2024
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    The National Holocaust Museum tells the story of the Nazi persecution and murder of the Jews of the Netherlands. Before the Second World War, Jews and non-Jews lived side by side. They had the same rights. But during the war, the Nazis and their collaborators killed around six million Jews in Europe. That was the Holocaust or Shoah. This is the first and only museum to relate the history of the persecution of the Jews of the entire Netherlands. Including the day-to-day life of Jews on the eve of the Second World War, the liberation as Jews experienced it, and how the Holocaust has been treated in our national culture of remembrance: all this is examined in the museum and this book.

    Text in English and Dutch.

    Waanders Publishers
    Publish date
    13th May 2024
    World excluding The Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg
    280 mm x 240 mm
    160 Pages
    100 color
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