Women are not suspected of involvement in resistance work quite as quickly as men. They use prams to smuggle weapons and other items.
Dutch Nazis sell their own newspaper, Volk en Vaderland, on the streets.
Rubber is scarce during the occupation. This bicycle has been repaired using a scooter wheel.
The young Jewish woman Eleonore Hertzberger and her husband Eddie travel a long way to escape to England in 1943. Eleonore wears these hiking boots during the arduous trek across the Pyrenees. Read more >
The red-haired student Hannie Schaft kills traitors. She dyes her hair black and wears these glasses as a disguise. Read more >
In the Dutch East Indies, Ineke Kuik, her mother and little brother are sent to a detention camp. Ineke and her family are Dutch. Ineke’s uncle Guus hides her mother’s jewellery in this doll shortly before they go to the camp. Read more >