Translation of article by Kareen Richard, first published in Dutch newspaper, de Volksrant by Gijs Herderschef – November 3, 2015 Seventy years after the end of World War II, the Netherlands will redeem its debt of honor to former… Read More
by Inez Hollander Lake. When former Korean comfort woman grandma Lee made the trek to San Francisco in a special hearing on building a comfort women memorial in San Francisco, and she had the grace and courage to… Read More
By Inez Hollander Lake. Aug 20, 2015 — Dutch Prime Minister Continues to Ignore the Dutch East Indies Community. After 70 Years of Empty Promises the International Dutch East Indies Community is Waiting for Action from the Dutch Government…. Read More
3,322 Dutch POW’s worked as slaves in the Mitsubishi mines and shipyards. Published in TROUW newspaper, July 25, 2015. By Griselda Molemans Now that the Japanese company Mitsubishi Materials has offered an apology to all US prisoners of… Read More
By Sierra Jacob A special thanks to my cousin, Rachael Woodie; your detailed note-taking made this article possible. Preface: Beneath the large presence of the Washington Monument, groups of summer campers, young families, and old couples mirror the… Read More
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