JEWISH STUDENTS BARRED FROM ORDINARY SCHOOLS
By decree on August 25th 1941 the German occupier stipulated that from September 1st 1941 Jewish students were no longer allowed to attend ‘normal’, i.e. non-Jewish, schools. This meant that Den Haag had to organise special schools for Jewish students. The young Jewish children were only allowed to go to the schools in the Bezemstraat 1-3 in ‘De Buurt’ and on the Duinstraat 10. From December 1st 1942 all primary school children had to go to the Bezemstraat.