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Revealing unique inscriptions of a Nazi collaborator in Doodencel 601 of the Oranjehotel
During the Second World War the German occupants of the Netherlands made ample use of the Scheveningen prison near The Hague, popularly nicknamed the Oranjehotel . One former death cell in this infamous prison ( Doodencel 601 ) has been preserved in its original condition, showing wartime inscriptions on the cell walls. Interestingly, a small section of the wall has been re-plastered, presumably covering inscriptions. Here, we report on the visualization of this enigmatic text, which so far haddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-22940/v1 fatcat:beuyqbpidfe5lkjr3aejjkquky