If you are interested in finding out more on the Second World War slowly but surely museums are opening up again. The Resistance Museum in Amsterdam will present from September 17th the exhibition De Tweede Wereldoorlog in 100 foto’s (The Second World War in 100 pictures), that had been delayed due to the corona-virus. A week later the pictures will also be visible in the parliament building in The Hague.
In Huis Doorn, the estate of the last German emperor, an exhibition will be shown from the 1st of October on the complex relation between Wilhem ll and national socialism. His family tried to gain power trough the Nazi’s, which eventually led to disappointment for both parties.
And on that note we end the last newsletter of this project. It has truly been a pleasure to work with such surprising, shocking and moving stories from the last year of war every week. We thank you for the many email received with tips, compliments, corrections and extra’s.
We hope of course you will be just as exited for any the further projects NOS has to offer. And so we mark the end with the words of the recently passed Vera Lynn: we’ll meet again.