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Jaap and Jenny Jacob Gerrit and Janna Migchelbrink were my grandparents They hided in their house Eikstraat 12 in Enschede the Dutch Jew from Groenlo Hartog Harry Philip Harry was the only one of his family who survived the Second Worldwar thanks to the help of the Migchelbrinks Daughters of Harry, Rezy and Chelly, wrote the book Just Call Me Harry in which the Migchelbrinks are mentioned with a photo I as a grandson of the Migchelbrinks want to ask for them the Yad Vashem medal Ruth Jo Jaap and Jenny Jacob Gerrit and Janna Migchelbrink were my grandparents They hided in their house Eikstraat 12 in Enschede the Dutch Jew from Groenlo Hartog Harry Philip Harry was the only one of his family who survived the Second Worldwar thanks to the help of the Migchelbrinks Daughters of Harry, Rezy and Chelly, wrote the book Just Call Me Harry in which the Migchelbrinks are mentioned with a photo I as a grandson of the Migchelbrinks want to ask for them the Yad Vashem medal Ruth Joaquin of the Yad Vashem commission wants prove If you have futher prove the Migchelbrinks helped Harry Philip s surviving the war, please contact holland2015 kpnmail.nl {FREE DOWNLOAD} ⚞ Just Call Me Harry á Hartog Harry Philips was born at the ends of World War I in the village of Groenlo in eastern Holland The eldest of four boys, Harry grew up in a close and loving family They were butchers who also owned the only abattoir in the area Harry s hardworking mother could discuss politics and play cards with the men, give good counsel to the many who sought it, and bake the best cakes in the village His father was secretly amused at the mischief his sons and their cousins got up toWhen the Germans occupied Holland, Harry was hidden by a remarkable organisation led by a Protestant minister, Dr Overduin They found refuge for him with Jenny and Jaap Migchelbrink, a working class family who hid him in their attic for almost two years, despite great risk to themselves Harry writes, Apart from my own family, I count these wonderful people as my only mishpoche This is a heart warming story, told simply but with humour and insight