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December 13, 2000
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Czech officials presented the Dutch state archives with newly discovered Jewish documents stolen from Amsterdam by the Nazis and transported to Prague during World War II. The archive documents Jewish life in the Netherlands from 1796 to 1942, and may have been destined for the museum of European Jewry that Hitler planned to build in Prague after he exterminated Europe’s Jews.

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