On Thursday, April 23, 2015 we were at an official memorial to the Resistance Tomb of Westerbork. At the meeting were 56 resistance fighters, four commemorated Jewish camp inmates and two reprisal victims who were shot in the crematorium of Westerbork and / or there are incinerated and the resisters who were deported to concentration and extermination camps via Westerbork. That Westerbork transit camp also served as a secret execution site for resistance fighters and Jews from North Netherlands is less known. Therefore, there is a documentary about this hitherto little-exposed side of the history of camp Westerbork.

Resistance fighter Jan Rengenier Dijksterhuis from Groningen is one of the 62 men in the period from September 1943 until October 1944 death in the forest near the camp grounds criminally found. Shortly before his execution on September 25, 1944 Dijksterhuis was tortured in the notorious Scholtenhuis; the headquarters of the 'Sicherheitsdienst' in Groningen. Jinke ten Napel-Dijksterhuis (1941) tells of her father in a documentary reconstruction of events. The film is a production of the Memorial Centre Camp Westerbork, War and Resistance Museum Foundation and the War Information Center Groningen and Drenthe was after the commemoration screened at the Memorial Centre.

Another personal story that was central to the commemoration was that of Ranger Christiaan Kuiper from Dwingeloo. It was on October 15, 1944 at his residence arrested by the country waits because they suspected him of helping people in hiding. In the forest around Diever were discovered several huts of hiding. They loved Cooper responsible for the shelters, because they were as a forester under his supervision. On October 27, 1944 Cooper was executed. Children of the Burg. W. A. Storkschool Dwingeloo told the story of Christiaan Kuiper on 23 April during the commemoration. They also read the names of the 62 victims.

The program includes reflections of Professor Marjan Schwegman..; Director of the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, started with a silent march at 14:00 at the campsite. The Royal Army provided the musical contributions.