Dutch the magazine - May/June 2015 - Issue 23 - Special Liberation Day Issue
In this issue:
The National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam; The Dutch Resistance Museum and the historic Plantage Neighborhood of Amsterdam.
Dan van der Vat, author specializing in WWII history; Freedom, a poem by Toon Tellegen.
The last year of the war in Diary Entries by two sisters separated by the battle lines; The Aerial Battle of The Netherlands; The Battle of Overloon; Around the Corner from Anne Frank; On Making the Wrong Choice during the Occupation; Operation Market Garden; A Gift to a Canadian Liberator; From Forced Labor in Germany to Joining the Resistance; A German Father and a Dutch Mother.
Liberation Day Menu: Dutch Vegetable Soup; Hazelnut chocolate Shortbread; Speculoos-rum Mousse; Mini Roulade with homemade spinach-almond pesto
Books, Art and Language
Wartime Paintings by Thea Robertshaw; Edith’s Story: The True Story of How One Girl Survived World War II by Edith and Hester Velmans; The Greatest Skating Race: A World War II Story From the Netherlands by Louise Borden.
On Atie Visser.
Columns and Cartoons
Editor's Letter; The View from Out West; Dutch Mom in Arkansas; The Dutch Dished Up; The Dutch Judge.
Prize winning essay What Does Freedom Mean to Me? by high school student Tina Vulevic; Calendar of Events.
Tom Bijvoet, Eric Bryan, Diane Butterman, Gerrit Jan Groothedde, Rachel Heller, Susan Kerwin-Boudreau, Eva Lambooij, Eva Lebens, Annette McDermott, Sonia Motisca, Elske Newman, Eugene Perabo, Jesse van Muylwijck, Gerald van Wilgen, Tina Vulevic, Paola Westbeek, Judith Wilkinson.