Screening of the film "Oorlogsgeheimen"

September 14, 2014, at 2:00am CEST

Intended for school age audiences, this film, "Oorlogsgeheimen" is set in 1943 and tells the story of two boys living in German-occupied South Limburg that are friends despite coming from two very different families--one a member of the Dutch resistance and the other supporters of the Netherlands fascist movement. An education program is associated with the film to help students further understand the implications of World War II.

 

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