My great uncle had during the 2nd World War a woman in the Netherlands – without being married, as I know.
They had 2 or more children. At the end of the war one child (born about 1942, probably in Netherland) lived with my uncle at his home in Germany. The woman lived in Netherland.
Short time after the war this child was taken away in a “night and fog action” from their home by the authorities. As I was told, there were dutch men (maybe soldiers).
My question is:
Surely there was some correspondence for this action, so…
Where can I find information about it? Were the german authorities informed or involved in such ac-tion?
My great uncle: HERMANN Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm August Nordmeyer
The wife: Hermine Falke (should come from Amsterdamm or Rotterdamm)
The child: Hermann Falke/Nordmeyer