May 1945. German troops marching near Amsterdam after capitulation. #amsterdam #worldwar2
Tweede Wereldoorlog : Bevrijding, schietpartij op de Dam : Na deze beruchte beschieting staan mensen dekking te zoeken tegen de huizen / panden langs de Dam, oa. voor de gevel van reisbureau Lisonne - Lindeman. Een aantal fietsen ligt op de uitgestorven straat. Nederland, Amsterdam, 7 mei 1945.
1945-1950. View on the Gewestelijk Arbeidsbureau (GWA) at the Nieuwe Doelenstraat in Amsterdam. The resistance movement in Amsterdam committed on January 1945 an attack on the Gewestelijk Arbeidsbureau to sabotage the registration of men forced to work in the German war industries. Six workers at the Gewestelijk Arbeidsbureau were killed and 3 wounded. As reprisal five prisoners were executed on January 8 and on January 18 eleven GAB-workers on the Amsteldijk at Rozenoord. #amsterdam…
1944 - 1945. Children walk to a soup kitchen in Amsterdam during the hongerwinter. During the Winter of 1944-1945 Dutch rail workers went on strike to resist the German occupation. The Germans punished the population by putting a hold on all maritime transport. This cut off all food and fuel delivery to Amsterdam. Photo Nederlands Fotomuseum / Cas Oorthuys. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #Hongerwinter
May 8, 1945. NSB-members are arrested by the BS and members of the resistance movement. Photo Bönnekamp. In total approximately 120,000 collaborators were arrested after the liberation. #amsterdam #worldwar2