A travelling exhibition pays tribute to the forgotten black soldiers who helped to liberate the Netherlands during the Second World War.
At the beginning of September 1944, 75 years ago, the first allied forces entered Belgium to liberate the country from the German occupier.
In the Netherlands the harsh winter of 1944-1945 became a symbol of the people’s suffering during World War II.
The Battle of Arnhem famously ended in failure for the Allied forces. On the contrary, for the German troops, the clash meant a final major military victory.
Fleming Peter De Brabander provides the logistics for movies about the Second World War.