The Dutch Resistance Museum was founded in 1985, and has since grown to encompass one of the largest collections in the Netherlands of documents, items, and media from the resistance movement during World War II. The museum tells the story of resistance through these documents and items, and then supplements them with personal stories from those that lived through the events of occupation, as well as images and recordings that survived the years of the war. Many of the items held by the museum were donated by individuals who survived WWII and wanted the memory of what they had experienced to be recorded and saved. The Dutch Resistance Museum also had the honor of recently being named the best historical museum in the Netherlands.
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