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In fact, all the buildings in West Terschelling were burned down, except the church and the lighthouse "Brandaris".
Alas, in later times that broke down also and that very old church was replaced by a new one. (On many houses in the village, you find that year marked indeed, via the wall anchors).
Chatham near London in 1667 - Perhaps burning Terschelling was not such a good idea Holmes!
The Dutch, under nominal command of Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter, bombarded and then captured the town of Sheerness, sailed up the River Thames to Gravesend, then up the River Medway to Chatham in Kent, where they burned three capital ships and ten lesser naval vessels and towed away the HMS Unity and the HMS Royal Charles, pride and normal flagship of the English fleet.
This photo was taken in May 1945, in West-Terschelling village, a/d. Boonstra-Oepkes, living in Leeuwarden in those years, Goudsbloemstraat 32.
De Ruyterstraat, near Hotel Oepkes (on the terrace behind the building I think), of a bunch of Allied airmen and, in the middle of that group, one Dutch policeman (from Amsterdam as far as known). I now know that Franek agrees with me, but it seems fairly obvious from their distinctive lapel badges that Jan Zumbach is in the centre of this group and Polish compatriot, Tadeusz Kawalecki, to his left with the Dutch policeman between them.
These men, including the policeman, were all POWs in the last months of the war, and brought to Terschelling by the Germans, because the "road to Germany" was already closed by the Allied forces, due to the progress of their actions in Northeast Holland (March - April 1945).And like many old people, she was fooled enough in life to be clever at the end, so she answered them: “Go back, it’s not the right place to be; hundreds of them are rising up already and thousands are laying down! She was talking about the many tombstones on that old “flood-mound” - long ago created for the safety of the church and the local people - and about the many more bodies buried there, in what was left after centuries, the graveyard!Result: these “sea dogs” returned to their maritime life, the daily rowing and sailing on the seas.Terschelling is one of the Wadden Islands, which form an archipelago off the north coast of the Netherlands, it is some 11 kilometres from the mainland and is located in the municipality of Terschelling, which is in the province of Friesland.The island can be reached from Harlingen on the mainland by ferry.