The Dutch Resistance Museum shows how the Dutch resisted the Germans when they occupied Holland during World War II (1939-1945). For example, they hid Jews and helped them escape to England. They also went on strike and protested when the Jews were forced into the Jewish quarter and taken to work camps. I thought the museum was important because it showed that the Dutch are very tolerant of people who are different and that they care for the Jews. This museum is not especially interesting for kids because it has a lot of stuff to read and not as much to look at, but it might be more exciting for grownups.
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