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Iris Martina-Koeyers Iris Martina-Koeyers from Willemstad, Curaçao wrote on 4 May 2022 at 23:09
It was till last year that we find out that a greatuncle ours, Guan Andres Daantje also died in the WW2 in 1942. He was a soldier, born July third 1893 and was my grandmother Bernarda Catharina Koeyers-Daantje brother. They had an other brother Jozef Antonio Daantje born June, 12th 1898 who also served. Josef was a survivor and he died July 1986 in the US. Thanks for keeping them always remembered.
Johan Klijn Johan Klijn from Mijdrecht wrote on 9 February 2022 at 21:13
Erg interessante site. Ik ben op zoek naar gegevens over Sgt Elias Frank, geb. 28 okt 1916 in Tilburg. Hij was tijdens de oorlog gestationeerd op Aruba. Hij reisde in 1945 met Sgt Petrus Marinus Verwijmeren naar New York. Deze vind ik terug op de site, maar alle informatie over Elias is welkom.
Marlon Scoop Marlon Scoop from Willemstad wrote on 5 December 2021 at 12:25
Mi NO tbt sa mayoria di looe ma lesa awe. Ik wist niet van het bestaan van deze SUPER intressante pagina. Danki aan de personen die dit mogelijk hebben gemaakt.
Karl Kunkle Karl Kunkle from Seattle wrote on 12 November 2020 at 09:52
Thinking of my Uncle, George Owen Kunkle, who died in the torpedo attack on the USS Erie near Willemstad, Curacao, November 12, 1942. God Bless George and all of the selfless, brave heroes who have given their all to defend others from evil.
Ivy Kampe Ivy Kampe from Nederland wrote on 2 September 2020 at 16:03
Ik ben blij verrast de naam van mijn vader te zien. Ik heb een foto van hem als schutter. Bedankt
Ruben Severina Ruben Severina from Zoetermeer wrote on 17 August 2020 at 08:21
De naam van de schutter stamboeknummer 1604 moet zijn Enico Amabel SEVERINA. Dus niet 'Emco'. Ik ben een van zijn kinderen.
Jordi VAQUER NAUDI Jordi VAQUER NAUDI from Figueres (Girona) - Catalonia (Spain) wrote on 17 June 2020 at 12:35
Thanks to the chance meeting of this website, I have begun to discover previously unknown data about my ancestor Henri Carbonell. I hope that from this testimony, I can reveal more information about Henri's life. Many thanks for your job.
Robert F. Kay Robert F. Kay from Honolulu, HI wrote on 13 April 2020 at 22:52
Your site has solved a lingering question about how my father's best friend Henri Carbonell died. We knew it was an accident but we didn't know where or what exactly occurred. Thank you for your help.
Sandra Bravenboer Sandra Bravenboer from Rotterdam wrote on 29 February 2020 at 13:35
Mijn oudoom KAPTEYN, Dirk Willem Wireless Operator, ss El Libertador, Koninklijke Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij (KNSM) Sittard (Nederland), 31 maart 1918 Curaçao, 25 augustus 1940 Begraven protestantse begraafplaats Roodeweg, Willemstad (Curaçao). Later overgebracht naar Nederlandse Oorlogsbegraafplaats Loenen, Apeldoorn (Nederland) Ik heb een foto van hem. Als je wilt kan ik de foto sturen.
Jaap Beaujon Jaap Beaujon from Oranjestad wrote on 29 January 2020 at 06:49
Also survivor: Beaujon, Cornelis Hendrik (Boei) Born; Curacao, 14 November 1915 Survived torpedoed CSM tanker Rosalia, 28-7-43 as 3rd officer. In 1952 when he was a harbor pilot in Curacao he met the first officer of the U-615 that shot the torpedoes. He was the captain of a German freighter that he piloted into the harbor. Jaap Beaujon, his son in Aruba.
My father was sailing as a merchant seaman for the Curacaosche Scheepvaart Maatschappij / CSM from 1942 to 1947 and now I am looking for information I would like to know in what year they delivered OORLOGSDIENST KOOPVAARDIJ 1940-1945 if there is any documentation available photographs if you can help me
Georgeanna Layton Georgeanna Layton from KANSAS CITY wrote on 1 May 2019 at 05:57
My grandfather was buried in Curacao until transferred in 1947 to the National Cemetery in Puerto Rico. What would have happened to the grave marker after he was transferred? Thank you for your time.
Lourdes Lourens Lourdes Lourens from Curaçao wrote on 17 April 2019 at 18:30
His name is Jose Valentinus Lourens
Lourdes Lourens Lourdes Lourens from Curaçao wrote on 17 April 2019 at 18:29
Yesterday, the 16th of April 2019 my father who was a 'schutter' died at the age of 96 years. He may have been the last living 'schutter' who defended his island during second World War.
Quito Nicolaas Quito Nicolaas from Almere wrote on 11 April 2019 at 20:30
I'm currently writing an article for the Ñapa, the cultural supplement of The Amigoe newspaper, about the cultural influence and changes WWII brought about in Aruba.
Lydia Lont Lydia Lont from Bonaire wrote on 5 December 2017 at 04:15
I am very surprised to see my fathers name . Marius Ludwig LONT
Meindert Meindert from Amsterdam wrote on 28 September 2017 at 18:13
I lived with my parents at Curacao in the 1960s. Written an article about Dutch Antilles in WW II; see URL page:
Allan D. van der Ree Allan D. van der Ree from Curacao wrote on 6 April 2017 at 23:43
Dear Jos, thanks for the new entry on your website on the Voluntary Military Corps of the Netherlands Antilles.
Clayton Turney Clayton Turney from Galena wrote on 9 September 2016 at 21:28
My grandfather was George Owen Kunkle and I believe you have the wrong picture of him. He is to the left of the gentleman you have posted in the baseball game photograph. I have a scanned picture of him in uniform if you would like me to send it. Best regards