Hillechien Wildeveld-Tuizinga

Hillechien Wildeveld-Tuizinga

Hillechien Wildeveld-TuizingaHillechien Wildeveld-Tuizenga was born in 1934 in Hoogezand and moved with her family to Zuidbroek in the Wachtpost 88 a little later. Those guard houses were built for the employees of the Dutch Railway. Hillechien Wildeveld-Tuizenga was a little girl when she watched the trains from Westerbork. She saw the people‘s faces behind the barred windows, but did not knew that this were transports of Jews at that time.




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