When Dutch forces surrendered to the Germans in May of 1940, the Nazis gained control of the Netherlands and set in action a plan to exterminate hundreds of thousands of Jews and minorities. Arguably, the most famous voice from that region is Anne Frank – the young teenage girl who wrote of her daily life in hiding until she and others were discovered in 1944. While Anne Frank is a prominent voice, there are many other stories of those who hid out for years, evading capture and awaiting freedom.

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