I would love to say there was not a single person in the Netherlands who turned a blind eye to the brutal Nazi regime and especially in relation the treatment of their fellow citizens, who happened to be Jewish. But I’d be telling a lie.
There were many who at risk of their own lives helped the Jews escape or hid them. In February 1941 there was a massive national strike in protests against the treatment of the Jews,
And although there was a relative small percentage who actively helped the Nazis there were many who did nothing and turned a blind eye.
The Dutch Railways played an active part in the transportation and often the trains were driven by Dutch machinists.
I don’t want to be hypocritical about it because I don’t know what I would have done, I’d like to believe I would have resisted but since I…
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