Children’s work; Jewish children in hiding
Start project: 15 July 2015

Children’s work is the name of the resistance movement during World War II, entirely devoted to bringing in hiding Jewish children, which was carried out mainly by students. They were four resistance groups working closely together to collaborate on the basis of data, Walter Süskind of the Jewish Council could forge when he was appointed by the occupier as manager of the ‘Hollandse Schouwburg’, where all Jews were gathered before they were deported to camp Westerbork.