Star of David badge printed with Jood worn by a Dutch Jewish girl
approximately 1942 April-approximately 1945
- Object Type
Star of David badges (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mirjam Lewie Bolle
Star of David badge worn by Mirjam Lewie in Amsterdam. Nazi Germany occupied the Netherlands in May 1940. In spring 1942, all Dutch Jewish men, women, and children over the age of six were required to wear a Judenstern attached to their outer clothing at all times. The badges were imposed to make it easy to separate Jews from the rest of the population, and also to humiliate them.
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Also in Mirjam Lewie Bolle collection
The collection consists of a Star of David badge and a copy photograph relating to the experiences of Mirjam Lewie in Amsterdam, Netherlands, during the Holocaust.
Date: 1941-approximately 1942
Contains a copy print photograph depicting the Lewie family (from left to right: Bobby, Sara, Mirjam, and Maurits) standing in front of their home in Amsterdam, at Plantaje Muideranacht 29.