The Darkroom of the Heukels Brothers: Photographers and National-Socialists
The discussion will centre around photographs held in the Beeldbank WO2/WWII ImageBank, including the infamous series Herman Heukels made of Jewish people at deportation sites in Amsterdam, during the huge round-up of June 20th 1943. On the same day other images made by Heukels were on display at the newly-opened recruitment office for the Waffen-SS at the Dam in Amsterdam.
About Machlien Vlasblom
Machlien Vlasblom is an independent historian. After completing a master's degree in Holocaust- and Genocide Studies, she worked at the Anne Frank House, among other places. In recent years she has focused on World War II heritage.
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