During the first week of January, 2018, Together, Restoring their Names completed its third annual trip to Europe for Holocaust memory service-learning. Six student fellows visited the Netherlands to commemorate 102,000 Dutch Jewish women, men, and children who were murdered during the Shoah. Coming from Wellesley College, Brandies University, and Boston University, the fellows toured sites of Jewish and Holocaust memory to remember the victims and resisters on-site.

At the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Together, Restoring their Names Student Fellows held the names and photos of the seven Jews who hid from the Nazis with Anne during the Holocaust.

At the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Together, Restoring their Names Student Fellows held the names and photos of the seven Jews who hid from the Nazis with Anne during the Holocaust.

Outside of the Portuguese Synagogue, where hundreds of Dutch men were rounded up by the Nazis. Together, students held photos of the terrible day juxtaposed on modern day photos of the area.

Outside of the Portuguese Synagogue, where hundreds of Dutch men were rounded up by the Nazis. Together, students held photos of the terrible day juxtaposed on modern day photos of the area.

The Hollandsche Schouwburg (Dutch Theater) was used as a deportation center. In front of the theater, which is now a museum, Student Fellows held the names and faces of Dutch children who were killed during the Holocaust to honor their legacies.

The Hollandsche Schouwburg (Dutch Theater) was used as a deportation center. In front of the theater, which is now a museum, Student Fellows held the names and faces of Dutch children who were killed during the Holocaust to honor their legacies.

The Westerbork Transit Camp imprisoned thousands before deportation to death camps. In a brief refuge from a storm in the remains of a barrack, Fellows held the pictures of children who were ripped away from their homes and taken to the camp.

The Westerbork Transit Camp imprisoned thousands before deportation to death camps. In a brief refuge from a storm in the remains of a barrack, Fellows held the pictures of children who were ripped away from their homes and taken to the camp.

 
 

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