I have just adopted a name for the memorial: Anita Marjo Benjamins, 2 years old in 1942.
Marjo was once a neighbour of ours. We lived on the second and third floor and the Benjamins family on the first floor in de Rivierenbuurt district in Amsterdam South.
She was often in our house and knew my mother well. Sometimes she ate with us if her mother had to do something else.
My mother, sister and I (16 at the time) were present when Ms Benjamin and Anita Marjo were taken away. There was nothing we could do; we felt so powerless. That event has stayed with me all my life. I think of them often. I have requested the details of the family from the Monument to the Jewish Community in the Netherlands. I know their terrible fate. Along with Marjo, I also want to honour her parents. They also appear on your list of names.
Tine Eijsten, Amsterdam, now aged 88.