For freedom in the Netherlands have fought many and even their lives. Also we wear today responsibility for freedom. Because freedom is not obvious. We must continue to work continuously for a free society. A society where people can be themselves and give each other space. A society where people have the freedom to express their opinions and where human rights are respected.
The end of World War II did not mean to put an end to war in the world. Yet everyday people suffer from armed conflicts and human rights violations. In many places in the world people must fight daily for their existence. That is why we are on May 5 stop in bondage around the world. We wonder what it takes for freedom worldwide and what our responsibility for it. What can we do at the individual, national and international levels to freedom for anyone bringing a step closer?
On Sunday, April 15th, Sunday, April 22 and Sunday, April 29 is our museum location Badhuisweg open from 11:00 to 16:00.
This location has been opened in the crew bunker St 622 an exhibition of paintings by André van Kruijssen.
From Kruijssen is president of the Foundation Never and author of the book "Scheveningen 1940-1945; The victims and their world. " Under the heading of Sorrow have his paintings on the theme of the Holocaust.
Besides these paintings some photos and documents displayed from a Verkade transfer to the SAMS in property box. This box was found during work on a house in the Cillierstraat The Hague. The photos and documents were found after investigation by the International Red Cross to be from the Jewish Frank family-Mogendorff who lived from 1929 to 1942 at the address Kapelweg 19 in Scheveningen.
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