Opperwachtmeester der Marechausee (Staff sergeant of the Military Police) and resistance fighter Hendrik Cornelis Vincent

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Opperwachtmeester der Marechausee (Staff sergeant of the Military Police) Hendrik Cornelis Vincent.

On 4 October 1944, Hendrik Cornelis Vincent is informed by the Commander LKP (Landelijke Knokploegen -National goon squads) Apeldoorn that the SD will arrest him after hearing that he performed illegal work. Immediately he goes into hiding in Amsterdam, becomes Commander of the LKP Amsterdam and carries his resistance work on.

Lieutenant-Colonel J. E. Feenstra, Dutch war criminal and executed in 1946, fires Hendrik Cornelis Vincent dishonorably on November 5, 1944 on order of the Director-General of Police.

Just after the war Hendrik Cornelis Vincent joins the Storm Troops of the Dutch Army (mostly men of the former resistance) and goes on May 26, 1945 to Malacca in the Dutch East Indies.