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" From this document it may be observed that the rescue of Jewish lives in the Netherlands did not necessarily imply the intent to preserve them as Jews: According to some people they [the children] must be given back to the Jewish community. In most cases... "
Beyond Anne Frank: Hidden Children and Postwar Families in Holland - Page 118
by Diane L. Wolf - 2007 - 406 pages
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Lessons and Legacies, Volume 3

Peter Hayes - Religion - 1991 - 303 pages
...children, and to assess the wishes of the parents on the basis of a phantom scale of Jewish identity. "In most cases the children were entrusted by the parents to resistance workers, and in other cases [the resistance workers], on their own, spirited them away from the Germans. Does...
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