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1940-1945. The resistance in the dutch province of Limburg



As far as the L.O. (resistance and aid organization for those in hiding) was concerned, Hulsberg belonged to the sub-district of Klimmen.
In the fall of 1943, Bep van Kooten initiated the integration of the sub-district, which in addition to Klimmen also included the villages of Hulsberg, Voerendaal, Ransdaal and Ubachsberg, to the district of Heerlen.
Parts of Hulsberg from the pre-war period, such as the Emmaberg, were incorporated into Valkenburg in the course of a municipal reform.

The fallen resistance people in Limburg

Hulsberg – 1 pers.

Gerard Frank
∗ 1919-08-29
† 1944-04-04
- Initial resistance - Hulsberg - Studenten - Ordedienst (O.D.) -

During the mobilization he was a cornet (= ensign) in the mounted artillery. Later, as a law student, he refused to sign the declaration of loyalty to the Germans and joined the resistance …

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