The Mapping Hiding Places project and the Working Group on Hiding Histories is an initiative which sets out to make an inventory and database of locations where Jews were in hiding during the Holocaust, in order to enable a historical analysis of relevant networks and patterns.
- Hondius, D.G. (2015). “Learning from Eyewitnesses: Examining the History and Future of Personal Encounters with Holocaust Survivors and Resistance Fighters”. In: Zehavit Gross and E. Doyle Stevick (Eds.), As The Witnesses Fall Silent: 21st Century Holocaust Education in Curriculum, Policy and Practice. Springer, Unesco / International Bureau of Education: Geneva and New York, 81-94.
- Hondius, D.G. (2003). Return: Holocaust Survivors and Dutch Anti-Semitism. Praeger/Greenwood Press: Westport, CT.
- Hondius, D.G. (2001). Absent: Herinneringen aan het Joods Lyceum in Amsterdam, 1941-1943. (Memories of the Jewish Lyceum in Amsterdam, 1941-43) Vassallucci: Amsterdam.