The Internet is full of unverified information. A sensitive matter when it concerns the Second World War.
That’s why Nationaal Comité (Dutch institute for War Remembrance) and the Ministry of Welfare wanted
us to create a portal where trustworthy sources on the Second World War in the Netherlands could be found.
To highlight certain subjects, the site always features an online exhibition
.

The first exhibition is focused on the first five days of the German invasion. Starting in a living room

at midnight it invites you to discover what it’s like to wake up in a state of war:


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The second online exhibition on tweedewereldoorlog.nl highlights the downside of the liberation in a very unique way.
The exhibition is built entirely out of shocking archive images and revealing stories about the liberation. By offering
these sources transparently layered (in a so-called parallax), visitors can constantly discover new, grim layers behind
the well-known images of waving flags, cheering crowds and dancing girls:


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