We are lucky we learned about this relatively unknown concentration camp from a Dutchman while in Amsterdam. It is a short drive from Amersfoort and contains a small information center. Not much of the camp remains, but enough is there to portray the tragic story of the Dutch resistance movement members and even 101 Russian prisoners of war. We took the walk between two rises which leads to a statue to remember the lives of those lost in the camp: a significant memorial to the brutality of the Nazis and the tragic consequences for many of the brave resistance fighters.
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