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  • Collection: Adriana B. and Peter N. Termaat collection
Go to The Nazi Holocaust and the Social Sciences syllabus item page

Syllabus written for HP 231 The Holocaust and the Social Sciences, Fall 1990, including an annotated bibliography on literature on the Holocaust.
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Notes by Pieter Termaat on the goals of the Axis powers during World War II.
Go to The Holocaust and the Social Sciences Syllabus item page

Syllabus written for HP 231 The Holocaust and the Social Sciences, Fall 1988, including an annotated bibliography on literature on the Holocaust.
Go to Notes and advice to young people item page

Notes by Pieter Termaat about the Dutch resistance movement and advice to young adults.
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Lecture notes by Pieter Termaat about the rise of fascism in Europe and the lead up to World War II.
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 An Oral History of Adriana Barbara Termaat-ne-Schuurman item page

Biographical history of Adriana B. Termaat by her granddaughter, Barbara, for her Women in the United States History class.
Go to Uitreiking Yad Vashem onderscheiding in het Raadhuis te Hoofddorp item page

Address at the presentation of the Yad Vashem award at the Town Hall of Hoofddorp by Pieter N. Termaat, November 1, 1990. In Dutch
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 Service of Comemoration: Kristall Nacht item page

Address delivered by Pieter N. Termaat at Temple Emanuel, Grand Rapids, Michigan on November 9, 1988.
Go to We Remember: Honoring American born veterans item page

Address delivered by Kieth B. Termaat at the Central Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 5, 1985, the 40th commemoration of Victory-Europe Day.
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