Abstract: With the completion of the infrastructure of the new camps at Zeist, Harderwijk, Oldebroek and a lot of ingenuity elsewhere, the Dutch government had gone a long way towards fulfilling its obligations with regards to the internees. A direct result of the strikes in the coalmines was a parliamentary discussion concerning the …
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