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Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: An extra edition of the Jewish weekly published July 14, 1942, stating that if the 4,000 Jews selected that week for labor camps in Germany failed to report, 700 Jews would be arrested in Amsterdam and sent to a concentration camp in Germany. On June 26th, the Nazis informed David Cohen that "the Jews of the Netherlands will be employed by the police in labor camps in Germany -- men, women, and entire families." The removal of entire families left no doubt that the term "employed by the police" was no more than an effort to camoflage what was really the deportation and destruction of the Dutch Jewry.
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"Amsterdam Deportation Order" (1942). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2014.1.193.