Guido Droitcourt <i>(Kamiel)</i>
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Guido Droitcourt is listed in the Resistance Memorial on the
central wall, row 04 #02

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Guido Droitcourt (Kamiel)

 27-09-1915 Berlin-Pankow      11-02-1943 Hauptlager Neuengamme (27)
- Underground Press - Groep Dresen - Geulle -

      Kamiel Michel Josef Guido had a German mother and a French father and was born in Berlin. At the age of 20 he came to Geulle with his mother, her husband and his half-brother. In July 1941 the first Allied plane was shot down at Geulle. One crew member came to Guido Droitcourt, but then fell into German hands. Guido joined the resistance group around Pierre Dresen. A year after the German invasion, he helped produce a first leaflet. On November 1, 1941, the first copy of the Oranje Koerier ran off the spirit duplicator with an edition of 175. (Cammaert Chapter II-II. De groep-Dresen, pp. 95-107) Arrested on Dec. 1, 1941.
      See his data on the Neuengamme page: The Dead 1940-1945 There he is named: Kamill Michel Josef Guido
      There is a Stolperstein (stumbling stone) for him at Heirweg 2, Geulle.