Fredrik (Frits) Slomp, in het verzet Frits de Zwerver of ook wel Ouderling Van Zanten genoemd (Ruinerwold, 5 maart 1898 - Vaassen, 13 december 1978) was een Nederlandse, gereformeerde predikant en verzetsstrijder en organisator van de hulp aan onderduikers tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog.

Fredrik (Frits) Slomp, in het verzet Frits de Zwerver of ook wel Ouderling Van Zanten genoemd (Ruinerwold, 5 maart 1898 - Vaassen, 13 december 1978) was een Nederlandse, gereformeerde predikant en verzetsstrijder en organisator van de hulp aan onderduikers tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog.

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Vader van Mien Harmsen komt uit Huis van Bewaring na de bevrijding, Amsterdam (mei 1945)

Vader van Mien Harmsen komt uit Huis van Bewaring na de bevrijding, Amsterdam (mei 1945)

Aangeplakte antifascistische spotprent van De Waarheid, Amsterdam (1945)

Aangeplakte antifascistische spotprent van De Waarheid, Amsterdam (1945)

Foto's | Nederland in Oorlog ( in foto's )

Foto's | Nederland in Oorlog ( in foto's )

Jannetje Johanna (Jo) Schaft (16 September 1920 – 17 April 1945) was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during World War II. She became known as the girl with the red hair (in Dutch Het meisje met het rode haar, also the title of a book and film about her). Her secret name in the resistance movement was Hannie.

Jannetje Johanna (Jo) Schaft (16 September 1920 – 17 April 1945) was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during World War II. She became known as the girl with the red hair (in Dutch Het meisje met het rode haar, also the title of a book and film about her). Her secret name in the resistance movement was Hannie.

May 1945. Command post of the BS (Binnenlandse Strijdkrachten) in Amsterdam. The BS was officially established on September 5, 1944 when three resistance organizations – the OD, LKP and the RVV – decided to coordinate their resource and action plans under a central command. Photo Nederlands Fotomuseum / Charles Breijer. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #nbs #bs

May 1945. Command post of the BS (Binnenlandse Strijdkrachten) in Amsterdam. The BS was officially established on September 5, 1944 when three resistance organizations – the OD, LKP and the RVV – decided to coordinate their resource and action plans under a central command. Photo Nederlands Fotomuseum / Charles Breijer. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #nbs #bs

Johannes Hendrik Feldmeijer was a member of the Dutch National Socialist Movement (NSB), a fascist party in the Netherlands and also a member of the Waffen SS. He was a member of the LSAH and Wiking divisions and received an Iron Cross. He was killed by an allied plane in 1945. The symbol on his uniform is from the Dutch SS unit formed by Feldmeijer on Rauters orders.

Johannes Hendrik Feldmeijer was a member of the Dutch National Socialist Movement (NSB), a fascist party in the Netherlands and also a member of the Waffen SS. He was a member of the LSAH and Wiking divisions and received an Iron Cross. He was killed by an allied plane in 1945. The symbol on his uniform is from the Dutch SS unit formed by Feldmeijer on Rauters orders.

A German officer, captured in Holland, holds up photographs of Dutch civilians hanged and tortured by Nazis. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

A German officer, captured in Holland, holds up photographs of Dutch civilians hanged and tortured by Nazis. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

Jannetje Johanna ( Jo) Schaft was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during WW II. She became known as "the girl with the red hair". Her secret name in the resistance movement was Hannie.

Jannetje Johanna ( Jo) Schaft was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during WW II. She became known as "the girl with the red hair". Her secret name in the resistance movement was Hannie.

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