The Aftermath of World War II in the Netherlands

History Documentaries

The last days of WW2 in the Netherlands were violent and confusing. Then what? How was the aftermath of WWII in the Netherlands? This video I will talk about the shooting on Dam Square, the Georgian Uprising on Texel by the Georgian Legion (Russenoorlog), the punishing of collaborators (for example members of the NSB party and the Dutch volunteers for the Eastern Front) which was done by members of the Domestic Forces (Binnenlandse Strijdkrachten). Then there were plans of Dutch annexations of German lands and Operation Black Tulip was planned. For Holland WWII had delived the country a lot of material damage. Cities were bombed, factories and railways destroyed and many houses were lost. After the Second World War in the Netherlands was over it was time to rebuild te country.

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