Nazi soldiers marched through the streets, fearful citizens were forced into hiding, and targeted groups were shipped to distant camps. Yet in spite of overwhelming conflict, a generation continued to love. Through May 22, the Dutch Resistance Museum in Amsterdam explores the different forms of love to spring from the trenches, shelters and concentration camps of World War II, in the exhibition “Love in Wartime.”

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