Petrus P. van Hal <i>(Piet)</i>
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Petrus P. van Hal is not (yet?) listed on a wall of the chapel.

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Petrus P. van Hal (Piet)

 07-05-1918      14-03-1945 Buchenwald, Weimar (26)
- Aid to People in Hiding L.O. - Ambtenaren - Limburg + - Elst -

Het Grote Gebod – L.O.

    “Also: LO-Gent” [1]. Van Hommerich meant the village of Gendt, about five kilometers northeast of Nijmegen. For the Belgian city of Ghent, of course, had no LO and was also too far away.
    He was arrested on November 18, 1943, probably by treason,[1] was one of the pioneers of LO-Elst and belonged to a group composed of municipal officials.
    Read more about the end of this group in the story about Elst.


    1. Het grote gebod
    2. Elst Open Street Map