An interesting perspective about the Dutch Resistance, beginning with banking and importance of moving money, then on to how the Nazis began gathering information on Dutch citizens, and slowly began to use the information against them.
Some of the interactive exhibits (there are many) force one to think about how you might respond to similar pressure from a government - pressure to self-identify race, religion, business, assets and inform on your friends. We found the museum thought provoking, especially considering today's police states and constant government surveillance.
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