Nederlands Exposition in Auschwitz Persecution

Jewish labour camps

In early 1942, unemployed Jewish men between 18 and 65 were called to work in one of the many labour camps in the Netherlands. Great pressure was applied on people to report for labour. In early October 1942, the Jewish labour camps were emptied and the men were deported to the Westerbork transit camp. They did not stay there for long: a few days after their arrival they were deported to the concentration camps.

‘To prevent things from getting worse’

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  1. Geesbrug Jewish labour camp, 6 September 1942
    Unknown photographer, NIOD Collection, Amsterdam
  2. Workers from the Jewish labour camp in Appelscha working on the land.
    Unknown photographer, NIOD Collection, Amsterdam
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