Jakob Klooster

Jakob Klooster

Jakob KloosterDuring the Second World War, Jacob Klooster (1934) lived in Nieuweschans. Only once he saw a train in which people were transported, since the trains always drove only at a certain time. At that time Jacob Klooster was in school. He knew that the trains were transports of Jews, because his father worked at the station and told about these transports at home. James Klooster collected a few postcards, which he then gave to his father.




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