My dads war storys. Chapter One.

Discussion in 'Veteran Accounts.' started by gpjeuken, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. Pylon1357

    Pylon1357 Junior Member

    Gerard, that is a fantastic piece of research and story. Thank you very much for posting this update. It seems you have identified both men. May they R.I.P.
     
  2. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

  3. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

  4. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    Deleted by G. Jeuken.
     
  5. Deacs

    Deacs Well i am from Cumbria. Patron

  6. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    For the story of Robinson and Appleton,

    A lost soldier tale from Holland.
     
  7. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

  8. Deacs

    Deacs Well i am from Cumbria. Patron

  9. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    A new member is trying to reply to this thread but has twice now hit the 'report' button & their reply has come to the Admin area.
    I'll paste what they are trying to say here.
    http://ww2talk.com/forums/user/48747-mavabu/

     
  10. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    Deleted by G Jeuken.
     
  11. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

  12. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Well-Known Member

    Gerard

    You are to be congratulated on your hard work and tenacity :salut:

    TD
     
  13. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    I have ,, My dads warstories '' Corrected.

    Regards, Gerard
     
  14. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    Hello, all,
    I am back , after long time.
    I want to bring my dads warstories again under your attention.
    Regards, From Holland.
     
    4jonboy, Drew5233 and dbf like this.
  15. stolpi

    stolpi Well-Known Member

    Hello GP - welcome back again.

    Have you seen the new book of Jack Didden, "Kampfgruppe Walther and PanzerBrigade 107", which is all about the Peel area?
     
  16. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    Thank yoy, Stolpi, I have sent you PM.
    Also thanks to 4jonboy, Drew5233, and dbf for liking me, I like you too .

    Regards.....
     
    canuck and Drew5233 like this.
  17. stolpi

    stolpi Well-Known Member

    Gerard - In 2016 there also appeared a Dutch book on the Liberation of Northern-Limburg, also covering the Peel area, the battle for Overloon/Venraij but also the German counterattack in the Asten-Meijel area in the last week of Oct 1944: "Waar blijven de bevrijders!, Sept - Okt 1944, frontperiode noord- en midden Limburg", written by Hugo Levels and Eric Munnicks.

    There are still copies for sale over here: http://www.roermondinoorlog.nl/waar-blijven-de-bevrijders/.

    The above title is the first of a trilogy, planned by the authors. They are currently working on the second volume, which covers the period of Nov - Dec 44, and will come out next year. I can get you in contact with one of the authors, he lives close to your area. I think he might be interested in your stories.
     
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2017
    dbf likes this.
  18. gpjeuken

    gpjeuken Member

    Thank you for attention for me.
    Hello, Stolpi, I have the book ,,waar blijven de bevrijders,, much info.
    Please can you bring me in contact with Hugo Levels, ?From Neer , close Maas River.
    Mail adress ??

    I have german battle reports 15th and 9th pz. Div. Pdf summer 44 till 23 02 45
    If you are interesting, tell me. And your mail.
    Regards, Gerard.
     
  19. stolpi

    stolpi Well-Known Member

    Have send you an email :cool:
     

Share This Page