Piet Peters (Petrus Nicolaas Andreas )
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Petrus Nicolaas Andreas Peters is listed in the Resistance Memorial on the
right wall, row 22 #01

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Piet Peters
(Petrus Nicolaas Andreas )

 27-11-1912 Ottersum      06-04-1945 Buchenwald (32)
- The clergy - Aid to People in Hiding L.O. - People in hiding - Tegelen -

Het Grote Gebod – L.O.

    Father Petrus Nicolaas Andreas Peters was a member of the L.O. Steyl and vicar. Pastor P.P. Windhausen, himself and three others from Steyl and Tegelen went into hiding in the tower room of the Steyl church and later moved into the basement. There they listened to the BBC programs they typed them to update others on developments on the front lines. The arrival of a German observer, who settled in the tower room, threw a spanner in the works. Their activities came to light. The five eventually ended up in Düsseldorf. Before their deportation to Buchenwald, Kluitmans and two clergymen from Roermond, the Catholic vicar A.J.A. Sars and the Reformed pastor H.Ch.J. Hoogendijk were added to this group. All but two were killed: Windhausen died in Buchenwald on March 28, Peters on April 6, and Hoogendijk on April 10. Kluitmans died in Dachau in April, Sars died in Passau on April 23, and H.J.A. Hovens from Tegelen succumbed to the hardships he had endured in Buchenwald on April 10, 1947. (Cammaert IV, p. 302 [1])
    Petrus Nicolaas Andreas ( Piet ) Peters is listed in the Erelijst 1940-1945 (Honor Roll of the Dutch Parliament). [2]


    1. Dr. F. Cammaert, Het Verborgen Front Geschiedenis van de georganiseerde illegaliteit in de provincie Limburg tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Doctorale scriptie 1994, Groningen IV, Hulpverlening aan geallieerde piloten en hun bemanningsleden
    2. Erelijst 1940-1945
    3. Oorlogsgravenstichting.nl