During a rare bit of down time during World War II, the two uniformed German soldiers who helped run a rescue and hideaway effort for Jews in Holland relax with their co-conspirators. Mels de Jong, Gerhard, Sam van Perlstein, Johnny Lefbvre and Werner Klemke (left to right). The photo was taken between 1942 and 1944 and is used with the permission of the van Perlstein family. (McClatchy)
During a rare bit of down time during World War II, the two uniformed German soldiers who helped run a rescue and hideaway effort for Jews in Holland relax with their co-conspirators. Mels de Jong, Gerhard, Sam van Perlstein, Johnny Lefbvre and Werner Klemke (left to right). The photo was taken between 1942 and 1944 and is used with the permission of the van Perlstein family. (McClatchy) McClatchy
During a rare bit of down time during World War II, the two uniformed German soldiers who helped run a rescue and hideaway effort for Jews in Holland relax with their co-conspirators. Mels de Jong, Gerhard, Sam van Perlstein, Johnny Lefbvre and Werner Klemke (left to right). The photo was taken between 1942 and 1944 and is used with the permission of the van Perlstein family. (McClatchy) McClatchy

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