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Justine (1930): As a child she was very cheerful with the limp smile every now and then, also together with girlfriends. They had an old-fashioned bed stitch in the house that was her play corner. She had some books and a doll, made of celluloid that the arms were a bit loose from. She was 10 years old when the war broke out. Sometimes hundreds of planes came over at night. That made her so scared she hid under the sheets. 'There's something left over from that' she said. She still has the doll she played with, one arm is completely gone and is separated, the other is damaged. "War must never happen again" she says, "everyone must live in peace with each other!" The stickers come from my own childhood (+/- 1985), that was my treasure. I would never have put them anywhere at the time, but kept them carefully!  The flower on the dress I got from a child of today: "for your artwork" she said. That playing is of all times.


Rosemarijn Mulder
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