A Holocaust monument
will be erected in the Dutch capital next year naming 102,000 victims
of the Nazi occupation, giving long overdue recognition to those
deported to death camps, campaigners said on Wednesday.
The "Holocaust Names Monument", the first of its
kind in the Netherlands, will be designed by Jewish American architect
Daniel Libeskind. It is to be completed in 2015, 70 years after the end
of World War Two, authorities in the city, home of Anne Frank's house,
said in a statement.