Jan Loogman
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Jan Loogman is listed in the Resistance Memorial on the
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Jan Loogman

 12-03-1922 Venray      28-01-1944 AEL Großbeeren, Kr. Teltow (21)
- Studenten - Forced Labor - Venray -

      The father of Johannes Adrianus Loogman was one of the 460 Dutch personalities held hostage by the Germans in Sint Michielsgestel at the beginning of the occupation. Jan went to study in Amsterdam in 1940 and became involved in the student’s resistance.
      The whole Loogman family was in the resistance, among others a Jewish girl was hidden but unfortunately arrested and murdered (Duifje Gans, ∗ June 13, 1933 in Amsterdam, † September 06, 1944 in Auschwitz) She was a protégé of the group around Hanna van de Voort.
      Read more about Duifje and family Loogman. Read about them also Vervolgd in Limburg: Joden en Sinti in Nederlands-Limburg tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog (Persecuted in Limburg. Jews and Sinti in Dutch Limburg during the Second World War) by Herman van Rens, p.  270.

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