Browse Items (18 total)

  • Subject is exactly "Netherlands--History--German occupation, 1940-1945"
Go to One Week in May item page

Memoir by Pieter and Adriana Termaat about the Dutch Resistance movement and the night their house was raided by the Gestapo while Pieter, who was wanted for arrest, escaped to a nearby farm.
Go to Musings on Anti-semitism, Occupation, and Resistance item page

Notes by Pieter N. Termaat about anti-semitism, occupation, resistance, and cooperation.
Go to Musings on liberation item page

Notes by Pieter N. Termaat about the liberation of the Netherlands from Nazi occupation.
Go to Our Fatherland item page

Memoir by Pieter N. Termaat of the Nazi Occupation of the Netherlands during World War II.
Go to Economics in the Netherlands, 1940-1945: Its impact on our family item page

Essay by Pieter Termaat describing the economic conditions in the Netherlands during the Nazi Occupation.
Go to Triest einde voor de man die alle gevaren trotseerde item page

Dutch newspaper article about Artie Bestebreurtje. In Dutch.
Go to D-Day Tien Jaar Geleden item page

Dutch newspaper featuring articles about World War II, the German Occupation, D-Day, and liberation. In Dutch.
Go to Daglad voor Noord-Holland item page

Front page, above the fold of the daily newspaper of Noord-Holland, Netherlands of Tuesday, 21 July 1942. In Dutch
Go to Starvation documentation item page

Map of the Netherlands annotated by Pieter Termaat, and notes from Termaat documenting the starvation conditions during the Nazi occupation, and locations of farms visited to acquire food.
Go to Letters from M. A. Marbus item page

Two letters from M. A. Marbus to Pieter and Adriana Termaat relating to the political and social conditions in the Netherlands before and during World War II. In Dutch.
Go to General Eisenhower Announces Air Drops of Food item page

Dutch Free Press article announcing U.S. General Eisenhower's plan to air drop food to starving citizens of the Netherlands. In Dutch.
Go to Pieter Termaat bicycle registration item page

Bicycle registration of Pieter Termaat, signed by the Mayor of Langedijk. Termaat was given permission to keep his bicycle due to his position on the staff of the local air defense office. In Dutch.
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