Exhibition ‘Rose Jakobs, the Rose that never flourished’
This activity passed
From 1 June to 12 July, a beauty of an exhibition can be seen in the Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen: 'Rose Jakobs, the Rose that never flourished'.
The Jewish Rose Jakobs fled from Germany to the Netherlands during the Second World War, where the Jakobs family thought to be safe. When the national socialists came to power in the Netherlands in 1940, the rules for Jews were tightened here as well. Rose and her family went into hiding, first in Nijmegen, then in Beek. She wrote a diary about this period. The story about her time in Nijmegen and Beek can be seen in the small exhibition at the Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen.