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Mr Mehciz remembers the conscripts sometimes practised at the firing range in the Cultuurtuin. The writings from De Kom which were taken during house search, never showed up again. There was a working schedule, with a separate one for the punished. When De Kom demanded to speak to the governor, he was arrested. This, just like the Selecta School in the Heerenstraat, Court Charity at the Burenstraat, and a terrain at the back of the Country Hospital, was appropriated as military quarters. After getting up the roll was called and the ill and punished were mentioned. Among Javanese also was hope for De Kom helping them with their remigration.
The Princess Irene Brigade had a Dutch detachment in Paramaribo. These reports also state he was in contact with the also shadowed Surinam Komintern-man Otto Huiswoud, editor of the European edition of The Negro Worker. Among them was teacher Theophilia Berkenveld who worked at the office of the marine intelligence. Dutch Legion, Princess Irene Brigade Already in August 1940 the exiled Dutch government conscripted all Dutch men between 19 and 36 years of age in the 'free' parts of the world to join the service in a Dutch Legion. They were refused though, for fear of tensions, which might arise between them and South-African volunteers. Prime minister Gerbrandy also did not want any niggers in the Irene Brigade (Minister Council 1 juli 1944), but despite of this about 15 Surinamese joined the brigade. The magazine 'Buiten de perken' refuted this in 1964-1965. Other women entered service, mainly as nurses, in the Women's KNIL Corps. The soldiers needed girls to dance with (also see section 'Verhalen' (Stories) on this site). In summer 1941 Hugo Pos attracted 400, mostly creoles, as volunteers for the Dutch Legion. In the pre-publication 'Our heroes' in 'Links Richten' of May 1933 he held up as an example the around 1769 successful, but in history ignored freedom fighters Boni, Baron and Joli-Coeur to the Dutch proletarians: 'you, who aren't part of the debt of the oppressors, because you were oppressed yourselves, will love the advocates for our freedom and their portraits will be carried with you in your parades next to those of Lenin on the day, the huge balance with capitalism has been cleared'. Later on Jef Last gave the impression that he was the actual author of the book.(Para-)military (Gunners, City Guard, Country Guard and the KNIL, Women's Aid Corps and Women's KNIL Corps, Dutch Legion, Princess Irene Brigade, Marines, Militia, The liberation of Western Europe, The liberation of the Netherlands Indies, Employment against or with the Indonesian battle for freedom, Surinam veterans of war, Late recognition, Plaque Waterkant/Onafhankelijkheidsplein) Lou Lichtveld (Albert Helman) Hugo Pos Twee militairen: Hugo Desire Ryhiner en Harry Frederik Voss Other military men and women (A-Tjak, Alvarez/Alvares, Balinge, Van Bazel, Burgzorg, Chateau, Van Eick, Emanuels, Gitz, Heidweiller, Van Helvert, Hilfman, Van der Hoogte, Huiswoud, Juta, Meijer, Netto, Del Prado, Salm, Spreeuw, De Vries, Vrieze, Wesenhagen, Wiers, Wooter) A group of marines from Suriname, the Netherlands Antilles and the Netherlands-Indies (Dissels, Kenson, Koulen, Kroes, Meeng, van Meerveld, Menig, van Niel, Renar, Wijngaarde, de Windt, Arloud) Fallen in the Dutch Merchant Navy (Askel, Alie, Beelds/Beeldstroo, Boldewijn, Bijnaar, Chateau, Cruden, Elmont, Emnes, Van Exel, Flu, Gesser, Kerster, Klooster, Markiet, Mecidi, Moore, Muller, Naardendorp/Naarendorp, Olff, Oostburg, Parisius, Pools, Rolador/Colader, de Rooy, Slagtand, Smiet, Stelk, Vrieze, Wikkeling, Woiski) Names from the Resistance (Bosschart, Bijleveld, Does, Ezechils, Fernandes, P. Part of this Brigade were the Surinamese Willy Wooter, Henri van Helvert and Leo Alvarez. Corporal Leo Alvarez was hit in the head at Oirschot by grenade shrapnel and died on 27 October 1944. Now he's concerned about the fate of the German speaking Jewish refugees.
Flu, Gitz, Jdell/Van Es, Kanteman, Lashley, Lichtveld, Lu-A-Si, C. The liberation of Western-Europe During the invasion of Normandy the Princess Irene Brigade was put ashore as part of the British army in augustus 1944. On Dutch soil the brigade took part in the liberation of areas around Tilburg and Hedel. After the defeat of the democrats (1938) at first he flees to North-Africa and Mexico, but by 1939 he's back in Holland. About 200 volunteers reported as 'gunners' on merchant ships or to guard the Paramaribo harbour. More about ANTON DE KOM Lodewijk Alphonsus Maria (Lou) Lichtveld (Paramaribo 1903-Amsterdam 1996), better known by his writers-name Albert Helman, descended from the colored elite of Suriname. As a twelve year old boy Lodewijk came to Holland for a study to become a priest (at the famous boarding school Rolduc, also small-seminarium of the diocese of Roermond. He attended a musical education and worked as an organ-player and composer. Here he received an education as a teacher and he also studied music.