W.W.II - Belgian Resistance anyone?

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  1. Sisley

    Sisley Impressionist artist

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    This is especially for W.W.II reincarnates who were in Europe at the time, a favoritism being with Belgium.

    I traced my own PL there as a German Jew born around 1928 in either the Wurttemburg or Bavaria (had the name Biberach come up), orphaned in the spring of 1938, living in secrecy like Anne Frank until getting out of Germany and hitching up with the Belgian Resistance at about 13.

    There is historical anecdotal evidence of German Jewish fugitives having done this and my own historical research is ongoing. If you know of any books about the Belgian Resistance I welcome the enlightenment. I have read Herman Bodson's book Agent for the Resistance and found its contents to match with my own dreams and visions.

    The lifestyle there was one of terrible violence mainly with the derailing of trains and campaigning against the occupying Nazis with weapons, uniforms, ID, food, and other resources gotten from the same, and with our own brand of brutality making them "taste their own medicine".

    Josef Mengele would have squirmed seeing what I did to the live-captured 12th SS Hitlerjugen soldiers that I tortured, interrogated, and killed. All were close to my age and all were unfortunate young souls brainwashed for the mandate of their military obligation; they were all like cookie cutters. Only their physical appearances ever varied.

    Espionage included infiltrating the 12th SS Hitlerjugen with stolen uniforms and ID, including going as far west as Normandy just after the Allies breached the shore defenses. I was only a street width away when Wilhelm Mohnke slaughtered those 3 Canadian soldiers and kick-shoved them into that bomb crater. I traced the date to June 11, 1944.

    The end of that incarnation was by asphyxiation in a fire in the cusp of 1944 / 45 during the Battle of the Bulge, age about 16. By then I was war-crazed by the violence and killing and out of control anyway.

    I feel I searched this site pretty extensively so far and have not found any other W.W.II Belgians. Please direct me if I missed anything here.

    Cordially,
    Sisley
     
  2. Owl

    Owl Super-alt Mitglied

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    Why is this in the Scientific research section?


    Anyways:

    It's unlikely.
     
  3. Sisley

    Sisley Impressionist artist

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    Okay, if this is in the wrong section, can we move it to the more appropriate place? TY.
     
  4. argonne1918

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    Tanguera can move it, probably to adult memories section.
     
  5. Sisley

    Sisley Impressionist artist

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    TY Curious!


    Yes, there's some pretty insightful info on hoe the Belgian Resistance worked. I'll keep you all posted on the findings as they reveal.
     
  6. Stephen Ari Bendavid

    Stephen Ari Bendavid New Member

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    Hi Sisley. I am a WW2 incarnate myself
    I havent as much info as you do but this is what i do know. I was born ib Nuremburg in 1922. My name was Jacob Katz. My mothers name was Tova. We were shipped to a place, forgive my spelling, Premzyl in Poland. I was in a work camp and ended.life from sheer exhaustion. I am new on the forum and i really enjoyed your post. Thank you.
     

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