I am a second generation survivor of the Dutch Shoah. In 2013 I witnessed, with my family, in Amsterdam the post humous recognition of 10 Dutch citizens who protected my mother during the war. My mothers story has been published and at the end of this year I will privately publish my story as the child of a survivor.
My research discovered 1000 family and relatives lost their lives. Their names are now recorded by Yad Vashem. I therefore congratulate the Dutch for finally finding a way to recognise those murdered during WW2. I plan to donate as I feel it is my duty to remember those no longer with us..
Martin Moen, son of Erica Moen-Deen, daughter of Lou Deen, Loosdrecht, Netherlands
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