The Maas village of Geulle played already a role early on in the war as a starting point for refugees who were brought across the Maas to Belgium in rowboats. Initially, they were French-speaking prisoners of war who had managed to escape from Germany ; later, there were also Jews and members of downed Allied air crews. On the other side of the river they were received by Belgian resistance fighters, for example Paul Schoenmaeckers from Rekem with his entire family. From 1943, police chief Koers also interfered. 
|All the fallen resistance people in Limburg|
Geulle – 1 pers.
| - Ondergrondse pers - 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 …|
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