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A 25 year old unemployed artist in the crowd cheering Germanys entry into the 1st world war

[Photo] A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940

A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940. Holland had an active Nazi party. During the war, Dutch Nazis collaborated closely with the Germans. A Dutch resistance developed almost immediately after the arrival of Hitler's troops.

All crewmembers of the lost O13 on the dutch monument at Den Helder Navy base

monument on the Dam in Amsterdam where we rember on the 4th of may those who lost there lives in wartime

Many Dutch girls slept with German officers. After the war, they were called “moffenmeiden” (Krauts-girls) and they were shaved and ridiculed and often badly beaten.