War Memorial Beekbergen
A reminder to twelve people died from Beekbergen, Lieren and Oosterhuizen.
The cross is made of brownstone and placed on a narrow wall.
On the wall the following years can be read:
1940 - 1945
In front of the wall there are two memorial stones.
The first memorial contains the following names:
J. J. Barendsen - and Others Blom
Hans Blom - K.N. Bus
P.H. Candle - Sijpesteijn
E. Country of `t - H. Liefers
W. Oxener - J. Schut - G. Tijhof
The group was arrested and were transferred to various camps.
Years later a second memorial was added with the names of to civilians of Beekbergen who died during operations in the Dutch East Indies
G. Davelaar - J. Stufken
Marine - Royal Army
The unveiling of the monument was on May 4, 1970 by former resistance member Jan van Beek, the only survivor of this group.
The monument was adopted by OBS. Beekbergen.
- Text: Mia van den Berg / Apeldoorn `40 - `45.
- Photos: Han Oosterling
Address and contactinformation
- Teixeira de Mattospark
- WWII grade:
Where is it?
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Point of interest
- Former Villa & Bunker Arthur Seyss-Inquart
- Former German Munition Depots Apeldoorn
- Former Jewish Psychiatric Institution 'Het Apeldoornsche Bosch'