|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1924|
|Death: ||Apr. 24, 1945|
Correct surname is Paul, rather than Peul. Hermine, nickname "Miep", fell in love with a German officer and worked in their services as "Wehrmachtshelferin". She was probably doing some clerical work, like stenography or typing, or switchboard operator. While trying to avoid the approaching Allies, she was with her officer during the bombardment at "Huize De Eng" in Lienden. Seven German soldiers, and three Dutch women, dressed in German uniforms, were killed. They were first buried at Ingen Cemetery, later relocated to the cemetery at Ysselsteyn in May of 1950 due to fears for the integrity of their graves. The three women were buried as "stateless".
Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof Ysselsteyn
Created by: Fred
Record added: Feb 16, 2011
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