|National Monument Camp Vught|
The National Monument Camp Vught aims to present a picture of the history of the "Konzentrationslager Herzogenbusch" and of the diversity of prisoners who were held here. To that end it collects data on persons who were interned in the camp in the years 1943 and 1944. The collection also includes data on the prisoners who were deported or released, supplemented by stories about how later generations came to terms with this period.
The data come from former prisoners themselves or from their relatives and consist of photographs, letters, personal documents, drawings, paintings and objects such as clogs and camp clothing, as well as transcriptions of interviews with former internees. The original camp administration is divided between the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation and the War Aftercare Department of the Netherlands Red Cross.