The more I do these WWII stories the more I realize how littIe I actually know.. It was by chance I came across the name Gabrielle Weidner. Today when I tried to open a page on her it came up blank, just like my brain.I never heard of her or her brother Jean nor had I heard of the resistance group he had founded “Dutch-Paris” a group of Dutch,Belgian and French resistance fighters.
But this blog is about Gabrielle Weidner although she was Dutch she was born in Brussels, Belgium on 17 August 1914.
The second child born to a family that included her older brother Jean, and younger sister Annette. Her father was a minister who taught Greek and Latin at what is now Saleve Adventist University in Collonges, France, .
As a devoutly religious girl, she was living and doing church work for the Seventh-day Adventists in Paris at the outbreak of World…
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