Survey shows lack of Holocaust awareness in the Netherlands


              FILE - Name stones are seen in the foreground as King Willem-Alexander, right, talks to survivors and relatives after officially unveiling a new monument in the heart of Amsterdam's historic Jewish Quarter on Sept. 19, 2021, honoring the 102,000 Dutch victims of the Holocaust. A Jewish group that commissioned a survey on Holocaust awareness in the Netherlands said Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023 that the results show "a disturbing lack of awareness of key historical facts about the Holocaust," prompting calls for better education in the nation that was home to diarist Anne Frank and her family. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)
            
              FILE - King Willem-Alexander puts a stone in an act of remembrance when unveiling a new monument in the heart of Amsterdam's historic Jewish Quarter on Sept. 19, 2021, honoring the 102,000 Dutch victims of the Holocaust. A Jewish group that commissioned a survey on Holocaust awareness in the Netherlands said Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023 that the results show "a disturbing lack of awareness of key historical facts about the Holocaust," prompting calls for better education in the nation that was home to diarist Anne Frank and her family. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)
Survey shows lack of Holocaust awareness in the Netherlands