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1941. One of the first round ups of Jewish citizens at the Jonas Daniel Meyerplein, This action of the Nazi occupier led to the February strike. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #februarystrike

1941. One of the first round ups of Jewish citizens at the Jonas Daniel Meyerplein, This action of the Nazi occupier led to the February strike. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #februarystrike

Germany, Third Reich - NSDAP Nuremberg Rally 1937 Participants of the Police Force entering the stadium for the NS combat games

Germany, Third Reich - NSDAP Nuremberg Rally 1937 Participants of the Police Force entering the stadium for the NS combat games

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III.Reich , annexation 'Anschluss' of Austria: entry of 'Wehrmacht' into Austria, 12. march 1938 : At the former austrian-italien border (mountain pass Brenner): German officer and policemen as well a an austrian policemen (back) under discussion with italian carabinieri and alpini. march 1938

III.Reich , annexation 'Anschluss' of Austria: entry of 'Wehrmacht' into Austria, 12. march 1938 : At the former austrian-italien border (mountain pass Brenner): German officer and policemen as well a an austrian policemen (back) under discussion with italian carabinieri and alpini. march 1938

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The Bremen Schutzpolizei is inspected by the chief of the Ordnungspolizei Kurt Daluege 1937

[Photo] German police chiefs Kurt Daluege, Heinrich Lankenau, and Adolf von Bomhard, Bremen, Germany, 23 Apr 1937

The Bremen Schutzpolizei is inspected by the chief of the Ordnungspolizei Kurt Daluege 1937


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Herdenking voor de groep in maart gefusilleerde verzetsstrijders, Weteringplantsoen, Amsterdam (mei 1945) Opmerking: op de herdenkingsplaats zijn de verzetstrijders terechtgesteld

Herdenking voor de groep in maart gefusilleerde verzetsstrijders, Weteringplantsoen, Amsterdam (mei 1945) Opmerking: op de herdenkingsplaats zijn de verzetstrijders terechtgesteld

Furniture and household effects left behind by Jews in their homes in Amsterdam were frequently removed by N.S.B. member Abraham Puls’s removal firm; an activity that became popularly knows as ‘Pulsing’

Furniture and household effects left behind by Jews in their homes in Amsterdam were frequently removed by N.S.B. member Abraham Puls’s removal firm; an activity that became popularly knows as ‘Pulsing’

Fights between Jews, non-Jewish sympathisers and National Socialists on and around Rembrandtplein resulted in closure of the Jewish quarter in Amsterdam on 12 February 1941. The area was cut off by raising the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) over the Amstel river. This was a temporary measure. Amsterdam never had an actual Jewish ghetto until the German Government acknowledged (May 2013) that The Jewish quarters were in fact a Ghetto.

Fights between Jews, non-Jewish sympathisers and National Socialists on and around Rembrandtplein resulted in closure of the Jewish quarter in Amsterdam on 12 February 1941. The area was cut off by raising the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) over the Amstel river. This was a temporary measure. Amsterdam never had an actual Jewish ghetto until the German Government acknowledged (May 2013) that The Jewish quarters were in fact a Ghetto.

1960’s. Storage building Argentinie at the Oostelijke Handelskade in Amsterdam. This building was built in 1915. During the Nazi-occupation of Amsterdam the building used as a temporary storage facility for furnuture and other possessions of Jews who were deported to concentration camps before it was shipped to Germany. The building was demolished in the 1970’s. #amsterdam #1960 #OostelijkeHandelskade

1960’s. Storage building Argentinie at the Oostelijke Handelskade in Amsterdam. This building was built in 1915. During the Nazi-occupation of Amsterdam the building used as a temporary storage facility for furnuture and other possessions of Jews who were deported to concentration camps before it was shipped to Germany. The building was demolished in the 1970’s. #amsterdam #1960 #OostelijkeHandelskade

1943. The Hollandsche Schouwburg was used by the German occupier as an assembly point for Jews facing immediate deportation to transit camp Westerbork near Assen. #amsterdam  #worldwar2 #HollandscheSchouwburg

1943. The Hollandsche Schouwburg was used by the German occupier as an assembly point for Jews facing immediate deportation to transit camp Westerbork near Assen. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #HollandscheSchouwburg

1944. Few Jews from the so-called "Jewish Corner" in Amsterdam escaped deportation to the extermination camps. Their houses generally remained empty. The citizens of Amsterdam stripped their homes. The wood was used for the fire place or stove. In the photo the Jodenbreestraat. #amsterdam #wordwar2

1944. Few Jews from the so-called "Jewish Corner" in Amsterdam escaped deportation to the extermination camps. Their houses generally remained empty. The citizens of Amsterdam stripped their homes. The wood was used for the fire place or stove. In the photo the Jodenbreestraat. #amsterdam #wordwar2

Het Leidseplein met één van de laatste paardentrams. november/december 1903

Het Leidseplein met één van de laatste paardentrams. november/december 1903

Amsterdam, de Haarlemmerhouttuinen, de doorbraak bij de Korte Prinsengracht 1972

Amsterdam, de Haarlemmerhouttuinen, de doorbraak bij de Korte Prinsengracht 1972

1960. Dam Square in Amsterdam. In the background hotel Krasnapolsky and National Monument. Photo Cor van Weele. #amsterdam 1960 #dam #square

1960. Dam Square in Amsterdam. In the background hotel Krasnapolsky and National Monument. Photo Cor van Weele. #amsterdam 1960 #dam #square

August 8, 1941. The bank Lippmann, Rosenthal & Co opened a branch in this building at the Sarphatistraat in Amsterdam.  The branch was called “Liro” and operated as a registration office were Jews and Jewish institutions were required to register their assets. They are not allowed to have accounts at other banks. By January 1942 all stocks, bank accounts and other properties of Jews were confiscated. Photo Stadarchief Amsterdam / J. van Dijk #amsterdam #worldwar2

August 8, 1941. The bank Lippmann, Rosenthal & Co opened a branch in this building at the Sarphatistraat in Amsterdam. The branch was called “Liro” and operated as a registration office were Jews and Jewish institutions were required to register their assets. They are not allowed to have accounts at other banks. By January 1942 all stocks, bank accounts and other properties of Jews were confiscated. Photo Stadarchief Amsterdam / J. van Dijk #amsterdam #worldwar2

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