THE NETHERLANDS: Dutch Vengeance

A Dutch voice from London spoke to Dutchmen doing labor for the Nazis in Belgium, France and The Netherlands: "Commit acts of sabotage whenever a chance arises . . . damage highways, railroads, waterways. . . . Your chance is here to do your part in the liberation of your country. . . ."

At home, Dutchmen were already busy. The rifles of German firing squads cracked more & more often. In the forested Achterhoek area of Gelderland Province alone, 27 patriots (carpenters, blacksmiths, actors, police sergeants, civil servants) were executed during D-week. Total executions...

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