The story of a young Dutch girl during World War II and the impact those years have had on the rest of her life. More
Wilhelmina was a young child when Germany invaded The Netherlands in 1940 and then occupied the country for five years. By the end of the war, her mother was imprisoned in a labour camp and her father was on death row. Years of discrimination followed for thousands of children who were caught up in events out of their control. For some, the result was a lifetime of anxiety, PTSD and a desire to remain anonymous. After 80 years, Wilhelmina's story is finally being told.