An order prohibiting Jews in The Hague from appearing on any of the streets in the central part of the city has been issued by the Nazi occupational authorities in Holland, according to a report published in Vrij Nederland, organ of the Free Dutch in England.
Brawls and fights have become more frequent in The Hague since the Nazis began entering the terraces of restaurants and throwing out any Jew who happened to be there, the paper reports. Dutch citizens come to the aid of the Jews and fights ensue, the report informs.
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