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Before the Second World War, around two per cent of the Dutch population was Jewish. The Jews blended in with society. The Nazis used their own guidelines to determine who was Jewish and who was not, and set people against each other. They used hate propaganda to fuel the flames of anti-Semitism. Jews lost contact with the rest of society and became isolated. In this picture from 1933, all of that still seems far away.