Lambert Brands ()
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Lambert Brands


 20-07-1900 Hoelbeek (B)      27-01-1956 Houthem-St-Gerlach (55)
- Aid to People in Hiding L.O. - Valkenburg - Survivors -

    The above birth and death dates of Lambert Brands are from the only In Memoriam card of a Lambert Brands in the collection of rijckheyt.nl. But is it really the same person? [1]
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    Head of the local food office, opposite the station in (now) hotel Tummers and the C.C.D. (Central) Crisis Control Service, a government agency charged with monitoring compliance with the Landbouwcrisiswet (Agricultural Crisis Act) of 1931. With his support, in particular young men could go into hiding in farms. From him many them received an agricultural exemption so that from then on they could live and work there legally instead of being sent to Germany. That way they were no longer dependent on the LO.

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