The fallen resistance fighters in the dutch province of Limburg
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The fallen resistance fighters in the dutch province of Limburg

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Geleen


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Geleen Lindenheuvel
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https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/1421667#map=10/50.9829/5.8136

https://www.boekwinkeltjes.nl/b/149898199/Geleen-van-bezetting-tot-bevrijding/
Koninklijke Bibliotheek De bevrijding van Geleen. Veritas: katholiek 14-daagsch blad voor Maastricht, 27 september 1944


Liberated: 1944-09-18

Geleen – 7 pers.   ⇒All the fallen resistance people in Limburg
Brouns,
Martinus Hubertus
Martin
∗ 1918-11-13
St. Pieter (M’tricht
† 1945-04-11
Mauthausen
Geleen - unorganized resistance - forced labor - Martin Brouns was a bread peddler [1#2] and a miner. On August 19, 1929 he moved with his parents from Maasticht to Geleen. [1#3]
After being dismissed from the Staatsmijn (state mine) Maurits, he was employed in a German mine. He stayed at home for a few days …

wall: left, row 09-02
Hilten, van
Antoon Gerrit Guillaume
Tom
∗ 1923-11-09
Geleen
† 1945-02-24
Neuengamme
Geleen - unorganized resistance - Student - forced labor - Tom van Hilten was a student [1#1] and an office worker. [1#3]
He had evaded mandatory labor service in Germany, but was picked up in a raid in 1942 or 1943 and taken to Germany. [1#2]
After the war, the local administation of Geleen wrote to the …

wall: left, row 10-01
Janssens,
Everhardus Lippe Jelle
Evert
∗ 1916-10-09
Heerlen
† 1943-05-29
Siegburg (D)
Geleen - unorganized resistance - Evert Janssens was an office worker at State Mine Maurits in Geleen and lived at Annastraat 8. [1#3]. He had moved from Schaesberg to Geleen on August 30, 1941. Only on January 29, 1943 he was deregistered from this municipality as unknown …

wall: left, row 09-03
Linders,
Franciscus Gerardus Pierre
Frans
∗ 1918-05-03
Venlo
† 1944-09-12
Eindhoven
Geleen - K.P. - police - Pierre was a policeman in Geleen. In early 1944 he was transferred to Eindhoven, where he joined a resistance group that, among other things, transported weapons for the underground, the Partizanen Actie Nederland. His resistance name was Frans. On September 12, 1944, he was shot in an …

wall: left, row 09-04
Veerman,
Christiaan Jac.
Lou
∗ 1887-07-27
Kesteren
† 1945-01-17
Siegburg (D)
Geleen - press - Ordedienst - forced labor - Former soldier and after his demobilization overseer in the state mine Maurits in Geleen. He was in contact with the OD group in Heerlen and Charles Bongaerts and thus became a member of the network that published the Limburg resistance …

wall: left, row 09-05
Witvoet,
Marinus
∗ 1922-12-13
Emmen
† 1944-10-28
Venlo
Geleen - CPN - press - Mijnwerker uit Geleen, medewerker van de Waarheid maar geen partijlid. Opgepakt 24 maart 1944 in Geleen. Gedeporteerd naar Remscheid (D). Omgekomen tijdens bombardement op de Maasbruggen in Venlo tijdens zijn tweede ontvluchtingspoging. Opgegeven voor de erelijst.

This person is not (yet?) listed on the walls of the chapel.04-32
Zaicsek /Zaiczek,
Karel /Karl
Koenen
∗ 1921-07-18
Pecsbanyatelep/Pécs
† 1944-09-12
Sittard
Geleen - - RVV - Karl Zaicsek’s parents moved from Hungary to Lindenheuvel in Geleen. It is not known when exactly Karl and his parents came to Geleen. All we know is that Karl’s father died on February 9th, 1939. Karl was only 17 at the time. So presumably it was up to him then to provide for his family. He …

wall: middel, row 03-02