This Dutch-French network brought many refugees to Switzerland or Spain (final destination Gibraltar). These refugees were mostly Jewish families but also included young men who intended to join the Allied forces in England (the so called Engelandvaarders) and downed Allied airmen. The children of Jean Caubo, who guided the refugees from the Gare du Nord in Paris through the city, did not exchange a word with them but nevertheless knew who they were dealing with. If they were families, they were Jews.
|All the fallen resistance people in Limburg|
Dutch-Paris – 2 pers.
Natzweiler, Außenkommando Daut
| - Initial resistance - - Dutch-Paris - Jean was registered at the civil registry as Johannes Michael and grew up in Schin-op-Geul. He was employed by the French railway company Wagons Lits and he was, with the help of his entire family, …|
This person is not (yet?) listed on the walls of the chapel.01-02
| - Initial resistance - Group Smit - Heerlen - Dutch-Paris - Joseph Jean Elise Janssen was an office employee of a mine [1.1], a member of the Smits group and of the international resistance group and escape line Dutch-Paris , as were his …|
wall: left, row 15-05