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.

dit was een brief voor mensen die in het verzet zat waarin er stond dat je moest zwijgen

dit was een brief voor mensen die in het verzet zat waarin er stond dat je moest zwijgen

File:Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands who was an inspiration for the Dutch Resistance during WWII

File:Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands who was an inspiration for the Dutch Resistance during WWII

Wally van Hall, circa 1930

Wally van Hall, circa 1930

Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema won the highest Dutch military honor after leading 15 small-boat spy missions to the shores of his Nazi-occupied homeland in 1942. He flew 72 sorties in plywood planes over Germany to point British bombers toward their targets. Hazelhoff Roelfzema gained international recognition after he wrote an autobiography, "Soldier of Orange" titled in deference to the Dutch royal dynasty, the House of Orange. In 1977, it was made into a movie by the director Paul Verhoeven.

Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema won the highest Dutch military honor after leading 15 small-boat spy missions to the shores of his Nazi-occupied homeland in 1942. He flew 72 sorties in plywood planes over Germany to point British bombers toward their targets. Hazelhoff Roelfzema gained international recognition after he wrote an autobiography, "Soldier of Orange" titled in deference to the Dutch royal dynasty, the House of Orange. In 1977, it was made into a movie by the director Paul Verhoeven.

Jan Bonekamp (19 May 1914 - 21 June 1944) was a resistance fighter during World War II. He was shot on June 21, 1944 by police officer Ragut in Zaandam, after a successful attempt on his life. Bonekamp died the same day in Amsterdam. Bonekamp had committed acts of resistance with Hannie Schaft among others, and taught her how to shoot.

Jan Bonekamp (19 May 1914 - 21 June 1944) was a resistance fighter during World War II. He was shot on June 21, 1944 by police officer Ragut in Zaandam, after a successful attempt on his life. Bonekamp died the same day in Amsterdam. Bonekamp had committed acts of resistance with Hannie Schaft among others, and taught her how to shoot.

Johannes Post organized a network of 250 people in Nieuwlande who smuggled Jews out of Amsterdam and found them shelter and identity papers. He was awarded the status of "Righteous Among the Nations" in 1965. The Netherlands, date uncertain.

Johannes Post organized a network of 250 people in Nieuwlande who smuggled Jews out of Amsterdam and found them shelter and identity papers. He was awarded the status of "Righteous Among the Nations" in 1965. The Netherlands, date uncertain.

This poster advertises the Dutch version of the 1940 anti-Jewish film "The Eternal Jew".

This poster advertises the Dutch version of the 1940 anti-Jewish film "The Eternal Jew".

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)

Pattist fought as a member of the Waffen SS on the German Eastern Front. In 1944, he returned to the Netherlands to act as a Nazi collaborator. After WWII, Pattist had already ran off to Spain when he was sentenced to death for torture, treason, and cooperation to razzias and executions. He was also a member of the Amsterdam based Politie Bataljon, a local Nazi branch, consisting of Dutch people that ratted on Jews in hiding, and on resistance members. They were considered worse than the…

Pattist fought as a member of the Waffen SS on the German Eastern Front. In 1944, he returned to the Netherlands to act as a Nazi collaborator. After WWII, Pattist had already ran off to Spain when he was sentenced to death for torture, treason, and cooperation to razzias and executions. He was also a member of the Amsterdam based Politie Bataljon, a local Nazi branch, consisting of Dutch people that ratted on Jews in hiding, and on resistance members. They were considered worse than the…

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