A very interesting, small museum about the Nazi period in the Netherlands, that foreign visitors, in general, hardly know. It hosts many objects and documents, with comprehensive descriptions, most of them bilingual. It explains quite well the ambiguous relationships between the Nazi governments and the "Dutch cousins" at the beginning, evolving into an open military occupation afterwards, focusing on the different expressions of the resistance movement in the Country and its repression.
Although with lower emotional impact, it gives to the visitor a much more comprehensive picture of WWII Netherlands than the very popular Anne Frank House.
There is a lot to read, so take your time to visit it properly. I would suggest to dedicate to it 3 hours to fully enjoy it.
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