The horrible treatment of the Dutch National Socialists and German POWs after WWII

An orange shield with a black wolfsangel

Emblem of the National-Socialist Movement in the Netherlands, 1931–36

By TWP

I will write excerpts of Wikipedia as it is difficult to find anything that will truthfully explain what really happened. So, I have no idea how much of the story is true and how much is propaganda. I will have a post up with the late former wife of the leader of the Dutch SS, Florrie Rost van Tonningen, she gives more information about the relationship between the German and Dutch National Socialists: A conversation with Florrie Rost van Tonningen: Dutch National Socialist and friend of Hitler Unfortunately, she died in 2007 so that avenue for more information is closed now.
Anyway, in the Netherlands most people in the media, journalists and writers are jews. This means all information about WWII in this country comes from the jews, and since telling or writing a story in favour of the NSB (Dutch National Socialists) makes you an enemy of the state, even non-jews will only write what appeases the jews. All Dutch people therefore agree that the NSBs were traitors and the communists and jews were the heroes who saved us from the ‘evil Germans’.
Last week I saw on TV a brave woman who had written about her father and grandfather, members of the NSB. She wrote that her grandfather did not hate jews. So, naturally that became a huge issue, jews going bananas and demand that she rewrites her book and write that he hated jews. WTF.
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National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands

The National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (DutchNationaal-Socialistische Beweging in NederlandDutch pronunciation:[nɑtsjoːˈnaːl soːʃaːˈlɪstisə bəˈʋeːɣɪŋ ɪn ˈneːdərlɑnt], NSB) was a Dutch fascist and later national socialist political party. As a parliamentary party participating in legislative elections, the NSB had some success during the 1930s. It remained the only legal party in the Netherlands during most of the Second World War.

Flag of the NSB
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Party history[edit]

1931–40[edit]

The NSB was founded in Utrecht in 1931 during a period when several nationalist, fascist and national socialist parties were founded. The founders were Anton Mussert, who became the party’s leader, and Cornelis van Geelkerken. The party based its program on Italian fascism and German national socialism, however unlike the latter before 1936 the party was not anti-semitic and even had Jewish members.

Musserts NSB-member card
In 1933, after a year of building an organization, the party organized its first public meeting, a Landdag in Utrecht which was attended by 600 party militants. Here the party presented itself. After that the party’s support began to grow. In the same year the government forbade civil servants to be members of the NSB.
                                       
WWII Dutch NSB (Nationaal-Socialistische Beweging ) armband, cap
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1940–45[edit]

After the Second World War broke out, the NSB sympathized with the Germans and advocated strict neutrality for the Netherlands. In May 1940, 800 NSB members and sympathizers were put in custody by the Dutch government,[2] after the German invasion. Soon after the Dutch defeat on 14 May 1940, they were set free by German troops. In June 1940, Mussert delivered a speech in Lunteren in which he called for the Netherlands to embrace the Germans and renounce the Dutch Monarchy, which had fled to London.
In 1940 the German occupation government had outlawed all socialist and communist parties; in 1941 it forbade all parties, except for the NSB. The NSB openly collaborated with the occupation forces. Its membership grew to about 100,000. The NSB played an important role in lower government and civil service; every new mayor appointed by the German occupation government was a member of the NSB. On the national level, Mussert had expected he would be made leader of an independent Dutch state allied to Germany; in reality, however, the Austrian national socialist Arthur Seyss-Inquart was in charge of an occupation government. Mussert had several meetings with Adolf Hitler in which he pleaded for an independent Netherlands, but he was unsuccessful. Although Seyss-Inquart had proposed that Mussert should be made Prime Minister of the Netherlands, he was only given the honorary title ‘Leader of the Dutch People’, and he was allowed to build a marginal State Secretariat, but he was given little or no actual power. His influence in the party waned at the expense of Rost van Tonningen and other more pro-German members. Beginning in the summer of 1943, many male members of the NSB were organized in the Landwacht, which helped the government control the population.
On 4 September 1944, the Allied forces conquered Antwerp and the NSB expected the fall of the Netherlands to come soon. On 5 September, most of the NSB’s leadership fled to Germany and the party’s organization fell apart, on what is known as Dolle Dinsdag (Mad Tuesday).
After the German signing of surrender on 6 May 1945, the NSB was outlawed. Mussert was arrested the following day. Many of the members of the NSB were arrested, but only a few were convicted. Mussert was executed on 7 May 1946.
There were no attempts to continue the organization illegally.

NSB Meeting (Utrecht 1941)

NSB Meeting (The Hague 1941)

HouZee (The Hague 1941)

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What is weird is that the english wikipedia stops when the war stops. I guess what is coming is too embarrassing to let the world know. But this is what happened after the war according to the dutch wikipedia, translated by GoogleTranslate with my help:

Repression after liberation [edit]

After the Liberation of the German Occupation in the Netherlands, the NSB was banned and many of its members were tried for helping the enemy. Mussert himself was sentenced to death and executed, on Van Geelkerken they imposed a life sentence in prison. Meinoud Rost van Tonningen died in the prison of Scheveningen under suspicious circumstances on 6 June 1945.

Revenge [edit]

As soon as part of the Netherlands was liberated, NSBs and others suspected of “assistance to the enemy” were arrested by the Military Authority, the Domestic Armed Forces (BS) and by unofficially operating groups of citizens. In addition, looting of homes and theft of personal belongings of NSBs and their affiliated citizens were no rarity. The arrested people were sometimes mentally and physically abused on the street. On a large scale, women were shaved.

Internment camps [edit]

Arrivals in the often improvised detention and security camps (schools, factories, warehouses, fortresses and barracks) or former German concentration camps (Vught, Amersfoort and Westerbork) often goods disappeared after body searches (watches, wedding rings, fountain pens, jewelry). In the first months of detention, light to very severe abuse, [15] murder, killing, [15] abstinence of medical care and food, and rape could be widely taken place.
Through forced labour in various camps, among others camp Hooghalen, many prisoners became exhausted and died of starvation. The prominent NSB politician and lawyer, Dr. Wilhelmus de Rijke, was abused in such a way by a security guard in a penalty camp in the Noordoostpolder in the summer of 1945, that his leg had to be amputated. In the political prison camp Westerbork near Hooghalen, mostly in the fall of 1945, countless prisoners, mostly the ill, children and the elderly died of systematic malnutrition and the unhygienic conditions. [16] In the last months of 1945 and in early 1946, the guards – randomly – killed numerous military collaborators, German Wehrmachtsoldiers, Dutch prisoners of war, members of the Waffen-SS, ground forces and also NSB prisoners by nightly gunfire while they were sleeping. [17]
Between April 24, 1945 and December 1, 1948, the former transit camp Westerbork was in use as a punishment and detention camp for NSBs, former Waffen SS volunteers and other political delinquents. Until 1946, in addition to NBS (Domestic Armed forces) resistance men, the Jewish former prisoners, who had been interned in Westerbork, were running the camp. The later PvdA politician and Jewish ex-prisoner Ed van Thijn declared about this time, in which he had served as a ten-year-old supervising the starvation of the political prisoners,:
“I had to go into the forest with the NSBs to collect wood. These people moved like ghosts, at least in my memory, and begged me for food. I did not go into that. I had a stick, but they could have easily overpowered me. They didn’t do that. I think I could have managed them. They were so weakened. They only got basic needs, they were emaciated. It was an absurd situation. ‘[18]
At the end of September 2012, the remains of murdered NSB and SS prisoners were found in a “forgotten” mass grave in a forest near the then political prison camp Westerbork. [19]
The government ended the misconduct in early 1946, but already a lot of evil had been done already and reported about by clergy and some scanty press releases. In Camp Erica at Ommen, from 1945 to the summer of 1946, hundreds of political delinquents, including NSB children, died of untreated typhus.
Only a very small proportion of perpetrators of crimes against NSBs were punished. A total of around 150,000 people were interned and more than 450,000 collaboration files were created during this special juridical process.

NSB stigma [edit]

Efforts to continue the NSB clandestine have hardly been the case: the NSB disappeared flawlessly from Dutch politics. However, former NSB members and their children often had more than one generation of infected NSB stigma, which caused psychological problems in many, causing social trauma and categorical exclusion from society. Small bullying continued for decades after 1945. [20] However, the widow Rost van Tonningen remained in public until 2007 loyal to national socialism, which gave her the nickname the “black widow”.

Expropriation [edit]

In addition to looting of private property of NSBs (and those of other alleged collaborators) in the weeks immediately after liberation, it also resulted in many years of official expropriation of NSB assets. This involved all the assets as well as real estate of the currently forbidden political party itself, including the Veluwe estate De Goudsberg near Lunteren (Gelderland), NSB institutions including, for example, NSB children’s homes (Westerhelling villa in Nijmegen), but also all youth school (Jeugdstorm) colleges in Ommen, Wijk aan Zee, Zandvoort).
But private property was not saved. Until 1952 the Dutch State stripped ownership of many private assets, especially private property, of both NSB members and prominent NSB politicians, almost always virtually without any form of compensation. [21]
For example, the municipality of Enschede in Overijssel, through the punitive expropriation of the large private estate Drienerloo, came to own the area where the Twente University of Technology (now Twente University) has been established since December 1, 1961. [22] The Drienerloo estate, which included large farmhouses, was located around the Rijksstraatweg between Hengelo and Enschede. The estate was private and family owned by the deceased lawyer, NSB politician and agricultural minister Dr. G. A. Lasonder (1882-1944). Lasonder’s NSB activities were the direct justification for the expropriation of its real estate by the state government (besides the estate, the BS (Domestic Armed Forces) also confiscated his other real estate in the centre of Enschede). [23]

Criticism on repression [edit]

Although a large proportion of the population seemed to agree with the expropriation and other forms of economic repression, a small-inspired circle sparked serious criticism. The nuntius Paolo Giobbe, Pope Pius XII and the Diplomats of the Holy See, a small part of Dutch Roman Catholic clergy, including Cardinal De Jong of Utrecht, Reformed Church Prefects in the Netherlands, as well as industrialists like Jan Herman van Heek, condemned the large-scale expropriation and the violent excesses of repression publicly. The Portuguese-Jewish Dutch journalist and former secret agent Leo Rodrigues Lopes complained to the political prison camps and the Dutch government in 1947-1948. According to his White Paper, the guards in those post-war camps were murderers and the commanders were thieves, while many internees were completely innocent. The political prison camps from 1945 to 1948, according to Jewish journalist Rodrigues Lopes, as well as the Nazi concentration camps, were “death fields” with innocent repression victims, and comparable to the ‘death fields’ in German concentration camps. [24] In the election program for his ‘Group Lopes’, the journalist (later active for the Middle-Sized-Business Party) demanded from the Schermerhorn-Drees Cabinet that the state offered apologies and reconciliation for the victims of the post-war repression in order to restore legal legitimacy. [25]

Mercy [edit]

A small minority of former, predominantly ecclesiastically involved resistance men, assumed in some cases even the defense of the property rights of NSB members and their family and proclaimed mercy. For example, the member of the resistance who was involved in the system to hide hundreds of Enschede jews from the Germans, Leendert Overduin (Reverend Reformed Church in Restored Relationship) defended the German-Dutch NSB widow Anne Christine Lasonder-Bauer in the Dutch justice system and in the press until 1969. [23] The abuses and tortures of NSB members and their family members in the political detention camp Vught were criticized by the Jesuit Jan van Kilsdonk, and later by the bishops’ conference. Only after years were the dark sides of the repression exposed in a wider circle.

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This is of course the white wash version of the Mossad controlled wikipedia, so I can’t even start to imagine what the reality for these people must have been like. I do know, that up to this day, people agree that what ever they got they deserved it because they worked for Hitler and he gassed 6 million jews. For some reason, in this country, it is perfectly OK to murder, torture, rape, abuse and rob men, their wives and their children. The only thing these people are guilty of is wanting to get out of the jewish debt-slavery-system. These brave people and their descendants (the ones who refuse to denounce their relatives) are still labeled traitors.
If you paid attention, and of course you did, you read that National-Socialism is banned in (((the Netherlands))). This means nobody can revive the movement. As National-Socialism is the ONLY way to get out of this jewish-debt-slavery-system, we are fucked, to say it mildly. We are probably the only country were also ‘Mein Kampf’ is banned. But according to ‘our’ MP Mark Rutte, we live in a ‘gaaf land’. ‘Gaaf’ is slang for marvelous.
Sometimes I wish there is a God, because this country could use some divine intervention. As it stands now, it is doomed for total destruction. Thanks to the people they call here the ‘heroes of the resistance’: the communist, capitalist, Bolshevik jews and their delusional followers.

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Eerste nummer van NSB-orgaan Volk en Vaderland, 7 januari 1933

First newspaper of the NSB division ‘Volk en Vaderland’, 7 February 1933
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