At the end of the thirties lived in a house row at Waterlooplein, which is now the entrance of the town hall, 26 Jewish families, 125 people in total. Who were the residents of these houses? They were poor, could not write often, did not have money for pictures, left almost nothing. It is important that these people – as far as possible – get rid of the anonymity of the large number. They were alive with many and they lived, fought, loved and murdered, but in publicity there is nothing that reminds them. In this book, the former inhabitants descend from the fog of the past.