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.
Westerbork Section (chapters 17-38)
Train tracks to Westerbork (2014)
Barbed wire fence near the entrance to the grounds where the Westerbork Camp once was
A painting that is on display at the National Westerbork Memorial. This depicts an overview of the camp.
Guard tower 2014- trees were not there in 1940’s.
Barbed wire fence at Westerbork 2014
Close up of barbed wire (2014)
This is the building on Beethovenstraat where the Lichtensterns lived from
December 1 1943 until February 15 1944. They were in the apartment
just above the “PAUW” lettering.
This is one of the “privileged” barracks (circa 1960)
Children play at one of the houses by Otto Birmann, 1943
Albert Konrad Gemmeker – commandant of Westerbork
Boulevard of Miseries
Leopold Oberländer — date unknown
Paul Jonas – date unknown