Language of Description: English
Country Code: Netherlands
  1. Ministerie van Justitie: Rijksvreemdelingendienst (RVD) en Taakvoorgangers.

    This fonds contains several relevant files, mainly with regards to the question of Jewish refugees. File nr. 531 contains documents concerning requests from Jewish institutions for exchange of refugees between the Netherlands and Belgium (1939-1941). Documents (dated 1939-1940) regarding the granting of permission to the Comité voor Bijzondere Joodsche Belangen (Committee for Special Jewish Interests) to exchange minor refugees with Belgium can be found in file 912. In file nr. 1771 we also find documents concerning exchange of refugees with Belgium, in this case at the request of the Haags...

  2. Henri Mandel Papers.

    In this fonds we note personal correspondence (1943-1952) of Henri Mandel, as well as documents of a private nature. The fonds also contains files and assorted documents on the resistance activities of Mandel in the Onafhankelijke Patriottische Groep / Groupe Patriotique Indépendant ‘Vrank en Vrij’ such as attestations of ex-members, lists of members, official documents, notes on the history of the group and its clandestine press, correspondence (1945-1949) concerning this group, … Lastly we note the archival material on the Nationale Unie van de Sluikpers / Union Nationale de la Presse Cla...

  3. NIOD Library Collection

    The NIOD library is the only library in the Netherlands specialising in the Second World War. Its acquisition policy focuses on studies of war and conflict in the 20th and 21st century in their political,cultural and social contexts. The heart of the library collection consists of publications on the Netherlands and the former Dutch East Indies at the time of the Second World War. Local and regional studies, together with memoirs, form an important part of this collection. The aim is to make the core collection as comprehensive as possible. The library also holds publications about the Seco...

  4. Image Collection NIOD

    The collection covers the period from 1914 to 1949, with a particular emphasis on the 1930s (the Interbellum), the Second World War, the Bersiap period in the Dutch East Indies and the aftermath of the war.