Documentation regarding the Holocaust from archives in the Netherlands, 1930-1950
680 microfilm reels
The documentation gathered in the archives in the Netherlands is mainly from the National Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) and the Amsterdam Municipal Archives, as well as Het Nationaal Archief (the National Archives) and smaller archives throughout the Netherlands.
The documentation deals with persecution of the Jews of the Netherlands, anti-Jewish orders and directives, the German authorities in the Netherlands during the war, Jews in camps in the Netherlands and the East, the Joodse Raad (Jewish Council) of Amsterdam, Jewish education, Jewish children, Jewish property, social welfare, Jewish culture, rescue, the Amsterdam police, betrayal of Jews, the Dutch government-in-exile, testimonies, trials of war criminals, reparations and restoration of Jewish property.
Description of 85% of the files are available on IDEA ALM system at Yad Vashem Archives reading room
National Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) The Amsterdam Municipal Archives Het Nationaal Archief other various small archives in the Netherlands
JL according to the RG description in the YV system