I advise you to hold off on looking at pictures until after you have read the section that the pictures correspond to. There are spoilers.

Liberation/Repatriation Section
(chapters 40-49)

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Liberation

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Libertation

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Sgt. Lloyd Miller

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Sgt. Lloyd Miller

Life After Tutti’s Promise

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Entry by Gaby Silten in Tutti’s “Poesie” or Poetry book from July 24 1945. This is just 3½ weeks after their return to Amsterdam.

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Egbert de Jong also signed Tutti’s book. He wrote a poem and signed it Oom Eg (Uncle Eg). Date is 5 January 1946.

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Robbie, Tutti, Margret, and Heinz on a winter vacation after their lives returned to normal

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Robbie 1947

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Tutti’s room when she lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the early 1950s. Notice the pictures on the wall – Uncle Bobby and her grandmother Flo. Popje sits on top of the armoire.

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Tutti dancing with Baron Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim (date unknown)

 

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Poldi, Muttchen (Jenny), and Heinz at Muttchen’s 80th birthday party in 1957

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Margret and Heinz at Tutti’s wedding (1958)

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Robbie, Herb Fishman, Tutti, Margret, Heinz

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Popje at the conservationist

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Popje 2014

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The Lichtensterns and their descendants 1981. Back row: Saskia (Robbie’s daughter), Robbie, Heidi (author of Tutti’s Promise), Heinz, Angela (Robbie’s wife), Tutti, Margret. Sitting: Charles (Robbie’s son) and Toni (Tutti’s son). Missing from photo: Tutti’s husband and eldest son.

 

Heidi helping to place the Stolpersteine (stumbling stones) in the sidewalk outside of Bobby and Tineke’s former house in Tilburg, Netherlands.