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And like many old people, she was fooled enough in life to be clever at the end, so she answered them: “Go back, it’s not the right place to be; hundreds of them are rising up already and thousands are laying down! She was talking about the many tombstones on that old “flood-mound” - long ago created for the safety of the church and the local people - and about the many more bodies buried there, in what was left after centuries, the graveyard!
They were keen on more wealth, more attractive and helpless women, and more liquor too!
Polish Air Force researcher Franek Grabowski, we now know more about these 16 prisoners of war.
Though we cannot at present put names to faces he has helped us know who most of those servicemen were and their interesting history.
This photo was taken in May 1945, in West-Terschelling village, a/d. Boonstra-Oepkes, living in Leeuwarden in those years, Goudsbloemstraat 32.
De Ruyterstraat, near Hotel Oepkes (on the terrace behind the building I think), of a bunch of Allied airmen and, in the middle of that group, one Dutch policeman (from Amsterdam as far as known). I now know that Franek agrees with me, but it seems fairly obvious from their distinctive lapel badges that Jan Zumbach is in the centre of this group and Polish compatriot, Tadeusz Kawalecki, to his left with the Dutch policeman between them.