Using old photographs and duplicate shots at their same location over 60 years later, Jo Teeuwisse has created images that juxtapose time and political climate from a bygone era with today. Showing just how much time has changed, the original images in these photographs were taken before, during and after the Nazis occupied Amsterdam.
The following two pictures: Dam Square on Monday May 7th 1945, two days after the German surrender. As people celebrated in the square, the Germans placed a machine gun on a balcony and opened fire. 120 people were injured and 22 were killed.