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  • Subject is exactly "Dutch Americans"
Go to Application for Resistance Memorial Cross item page

Application form for the Resistance Memorial Cross Award, completed for Adriana B. Termaat. In Dutch.
Go to Avenue of the Righteous dedication ceremony item page

Photograph of the crowd at the Avenue of the Righteous dedication ceremony at Yad Vashem.
Go to Avenue of the Righteous dedication ceremony item page

Photograph of Adriana B. and Peter N. Termaat on stage at the dedication ceremony for the Avenue of the Righteous Among Nations at Yad Vashem.
Go to Avenue of the Righteous stone marker item page

Photograph of stone marking the Avenue of the Righeous Among Nations, Yad Vashem. The stone plaque reads "Avenue of the Righteous. We will always remember the righteous among the nations who endagered their lives to save Jewish victims of The…
Go to Commemorative Citizenship of the State of Israel item page

Commemorative Citizenship of the State of Israel, granted to Pieter and Adriana B. Termaat by the Yad Vashem Directorate and The Commission for the Righteous. In English and Hebrew
Go to Commencement Address item page

Address delivered by Pieter N. Termaat on receipt of his and his wife's honarary doctorates by Grand Valley State University.
Go to Cor and Peter Termaat, circa 1980s item page

Photograph of Cor and Peter Termaat, circa 1980s
Go to Courage and Care Awards, Anti-Defamation League item page

Invitation to an Evening of Reflection and Tribute, including Courage and Care Awards to Pieter N. and Adriana B. Termaat, held at the Jewish Community Center on June 4, 1991.
Go to Eight Area Residents Hailed in Holocaust Remembrance item page

Newspaper clipping about members of the Dutch resistance movement living in Grand Rapids.
Go to Gravestone of Nicolaas Pieter Jan Termaat item page

Photograph of gravestone of Nicolaas P. J. Termaat
Go to Hidden children break their silence item page

Newspaper article about hidden children during World War II, and honoring those who rescued and assisted them.
Go to Holocaust nightmare remains for three honored heroes item page

Photocopied newspaper clipping about Pieter and Adriana Termaat lecturing at Grand Valley State University.
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