This sweeping work is the first comprehensive English-language study of Jewish resistance in the Netherlands during World War II.Adopting a comparative approach, Ben Braber explores the situation of Jews in the Netherlands against the backdrop of their experiences in other Western European countries. Charting the occurrences of Jewish resistance, he pays particular attention to the ways in which the integration of Jews into Dutch society influenced their responses to German persecution. Braber's incisive analyses shed new light on Dutch and Jewish history, pointing the way toward future paths of inquiry.
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