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Luxembourg during World War II by Richard Doody

Oct 5, 2017
DP camp in Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy - Looking for a person

Dear Olga,
May be you can help or assist me. I’m looking for informations about a luxembourgish person, i.o. Mister HILGER NIKOLAS called JOS (maybe also Hilger Nicolas or Hilge Nikolas). He was born 3.12.1914 in Luxembourg. As I was told he was with the yougoslav Tito partisans in Macedonia until february 1945. Then he is said to be flown to Bari and transported to Santa Maria di Leuca. It is mentioned that he made a daily journey along the coast from the « faro » for about 5 km and he was living on his own in a house in SML. From SML he is said to be transported to Naples from where he joined Luxembourg after the end of the hostilities in Luxembourg.

I thank you very much for you kind help.
Gast Kobs, Luxembourg

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