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Private World War II and the Holocaust tour in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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See important sites and monuments relating to the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam from 1940-1945 on a 3-hour private tour. Hear about this traumatic episode in the Dutch capital's long history with a guide. The tour is ideal for visitors who like to go off the beaten path, have a passion for history and want to learn more about this important aspect of the city's past.During this tour you will visit locations in the city that played an important role in the occupation during World War Two and in the persecution of the Jews. Locations connected to the following topics will be visited, among others: - The entry of the German Forces - Coping with the occupation; the Jewish quarter - The persecution of the Jews in The Netherlands - The protest strike of February 1941 - Collaboration and resistance - The 'Winter of Hunger' of 1944-1945 - The deadly shooting at Dam Square, May 7, 1945 - Liberation by the Canadians - War deads in The Netherlands
What's included
3-hour walking tour
  • 3-hour walking tour
    What's Not included
    Entrance fees
  • Entrance fees
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
     Meeting point:
    Meet your guide near the old Anne Frank House.
    What To Expect
    • See important sites and monuments relating to the Nazi occupation during World War II
    • Hear about Amsterdam's traumatic history and the persecution of the Jews from a historian guide
    • Take a private tour with only you, your friends and family
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