E04 Testimony on the the work of the underground Dutch Union

the Dutch Union, a "non-Jewish" Dutch political movement during the Second World War, founded by three men –Louis Einthoven, Johannes Linthorst Homan, and Jan de Quay–known as the “Driemanskap, ”or Triumvirate. The testimony is a report the activities, risks and fate of its members who took care of the accommodating and hiding of Jews between 1940 and 1945


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