image from wikipedia
An American Facebook acquaintance recently posted this video with the comment: “Just for the record”. I watched it and I found it to be a strange hodgepodge of information, rumor and images without commentary. It’s in Dutch, so let me briefly tell you what it’s about.
It begins with KLM, the Dutch airline, and its role in helping Nazis Continue reading
Posted in History, Holland, World War Two
Tagged Dutch collaborators, espionage, geschiedenis, history, KLM, Nazis, Netherlands, NSB, oorlogsmisdadigers, Prince Bernhard, spionage, tweede wereldoorlog, war criminals, World War II, World War Two
This is the thirteenth and last (for now) post in a series about American high school students’ impressions on a presentation about the Netherlands in World War Two. Click here for the introduction to said presentation.
Any member of the resistance who was captured, was interrogated/tortured first to get names of more resistance members, and then shot. Sometimes in the dunes on the coast, sometimes in the street, as a deterrent.
Photo: Joh. van Bueren
Posted in High School, World War Two
Tagged education, Hannie Schaft, Headwaters School, history, Khabele School, movies, nazi war criminals, Netherlands, onderwijs, oorlogsmisdadigers, Simon Wiesenthal Center, The Assault, The Girl With the Red Hair, World War Two, WWII