Welcome to Zwarenstein.nl !!
This website will keep the memory alive of those who aren't here
anymore and gives the
scattered family members a change to meet, get to know each other and
During the last
remembrance day (May 4th 2011)
my daughter Gina revealed a new plaque with information about the
As always, after the ceremonie, we left a
stone at the
monument. (more pictures)
for families that have lost so much, there is far too
little history known
and saved and linked together. And I want to make an effort to see
Everybody who has something
interesting to share, mail me
in September 2003.
Since then, it brought people together
from all parts of the world.
From America, Israel, New Zealand
and Australia, they came to Holland. Family members abroad also met, after
they got to know about each other.
Some family members only
discovered through this site, that they have a jewish heritage.
Edik Zwarenstein and Sprientje (Rooigrond) Zwarenstein,
the Jewish Historical Museum, former
Kamp Westerbork, Wim van der Hoek,
family members. Many thanks to them.