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Archives search engine providing access to more than 400 archives held by NIOD.
This national imagebase contains more than 175,000 images about the Second World War.
NIOD’s library holds nearly 75,000 titles about war, the Holocaust and genocide.
Website with information and the debate about anti-Semitism in the Netherlands.
Background information and 38 interviews with former Buchenwald prisoners.
Overview of archives and collections about camps and camp life in the Netherlands.
Drawings from the camps in the Dutch East Indies (1942-1945).
NWO project The dynamics of contemporary antisemitism in the Netherlands.
Data services are services permitting automated use of the NIOD’s data.
Documents from the German Auswärtige Amt about Jews in the Netherlands (1933 -1945).
The European project EHRI is developing a portal to Holocaust collections worldwide.
The digital monument of the Honour Roll of the Fallen 1940-1945.
Internment camps in the Dutch East Indies during and after the Japanese occupation.
Interviews with witnesses on events that took place between 1940 and 1945.
Research programme on the position of collaborators in postwar Dutch society.
Research guide to more than 300 local, regional and national Dutch Second World War archives.
National portal providing access to original WW2 text, image and audiovisual sources.
Literature published illegally or clandestinely in the Netherlands during the Second World War.
1,000 resistance pamphlets and 300 brochures from NIOD’s collection.
Interviews with survivors of the Sobibor extermination camp.
Listening and searching through speeches by Queen Wilhelmina on Radio Oranje.
Documents related to NIOD’s investigation into the fall of Srebrenica.
Guide to archives of organisations and persons committed to war victims.
Overview of NIOD web projects on WW2, Holocaust, Srebrenica and more.
Films of the Netherlands (1933-1950), shot by professional and amateur film makers.
Digitised newspapers - ranging from collaboratist to resistance - published during the war.
Website with 5,000 propaganda posters from the Netherlands and the Dutch East Indies.
Propaganda papers and leaflets from the Second World War.
National collection of war diaries from the Netherlands and the Dutch East Indies.
A digital collection of nine youth magazines published between 1883 and 1950.