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Goodbye Holland is a 2004 documentary about the extermination of Dutch Jews during World War II. The film debunks the accepted notion that the Dutch were 'good' during the war, exposing how Dutch police and civil servants helped the Nazis implement massive deportations, which resulted in the death of 78 percent of the Jews in the Netherlands. The documentary was made by Emmy Award winning director Willy Lindwer.

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  • Goodbye Holland is a 2004 documentary about the extermination of Dutch Jews during World War II. The film debunks the accepted notion that the Dutch were 'good' during the war, exposing how Dutch police and civil servants helped the Nazis implement massive deportations, which resulted in the death of 78 percent of the Jews in the Netherlands. In truth the above death rate of Jews from Holland masks the much greater tragedy. There were approximately 140,000 Jews in Holland at the time of the Nazi invasion in May 1940. They included about 25,000 Jews who escaped mostly from Germany and Austria and some from other countries. When the deportations began in 1942 the Nazis did not deport Jews in mixed marriages. About 25,000 Jews were exempt from deportation or went into hiding, half of whom who were hiding were caught or betrayed. Of the 107,000 Jews from Holland actually deported to the concentration camps only about 5000 survived, about 4%. So the actual death rate of arrested, deported and murderedJews from Holland was closer to 96%. (My family was among the 4% who survived. My twin sister and I are arguably the last surviving twins from camp Bergen-Belsen and possibly the only Jewish twins who survived the Nazi camps and are still alive in 2020 The documentary was made by Emmy Award winning director Willy Lindwer. (en)
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  • Goodbye Holland is a 2004 documentary about the extermination of Dutch Jews during World War II. The film debunks the accepted notion that the Dutch were 'good' during the war, exposing how Dutch police and civil servants helped the Nazis implement massive deportations, which resulted in the death of 78 percent of the Jews in the Netherlands. The documentary was made by Emmy Award winning director Willy Lindwer. (en)
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