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Johan (und Eggert und Harry) Annfeldt

Johan Ingvar, Eggert und Harry Annfeldt waren drei dänische Brüder die im spanischen Bürgerkrieg gekämpft haben. Eggert und Harry kehrten nie nach Hause zurück   Von Allan Christiansen Johan Ingvar Annfeldt wurde am 17. September 1904 in Kristrup, einem Vorort… Continue Reading →

Bernhard Kristian Larsen – When the Italians Took a Pretty Good Beating at Guadalajara

16 April 1937, Bernhard Larsen sent a letter to Arbejderbladet (‘The Worker’s Paper’) in which he writes about life as a soldier in the Thälmann Battalion during the Battle of Jarama and later at the Guadalajara Front, where the Italians… Continue Reading →

Viggo C. Holm

Viggo Christensen Holm war einer der etwa 500 Dänen, die im spanischen Bürgerkrieg kämpften. Wie so viele der dänischen Freiwilligen war Viggo ein Kommunist und setzte den Kampf gegen den Faschismus im dänischen Widerstand fort     Von Allan Christiansen… Continue Reading →

Erich ‘Vatti’ Hoffmann – Spanienkämpfer und Auschwitz-Häftling

Erich Hoffmann war ein kommunistischer Hamburger Arbeiter, der sein Leben dem Kampf gegen den Faschismus gewidmet hat. Im Rahmen dieses Kampfes half er, 200 ungarische Kinder in Auschwitz und Buchenwald zu retten   Von Thomas Mayer Erich ‘Vatti’ Hoffmann, geachtet und beliebt… Continue Reading →

Erich ‘Vatti’ Hoffmann – spaniensfrivillig og Auschwitzfange

Erich Hoffmann var en tysk kommunistisk arbejder fra Hamburg, der dedikerede sit liv til kampen mod fascismen. Som en del af den kamp var han med til at redde næsten 200 ungarske børn fra døden i Auschwitz og Buchenwald  … Continue Reading →

Erich ‘Vatti’ Hoffmann – Brigadist and Auschwitz Prisoner

Erich Hoffmann was a German communist worker from Hamburg who dedicated his life to the fight against fascism. As part of this fight, he helped save close to 200 Hungarian children in Auschwitz and Buchenwald   By Thomas Mayer Becoming… Continue Reading →

Nine Danes in the Francoist Concentration Camp San Pedro de Cardeña

Nine Danish volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, captured by the fascists, were incarcerated in San Pedro de Cardeña concentration camp in the province of Burgos. This is the story of their release and later lives In Denmark, little is known… Continue Reading →

Axel Andersen and Viggo Lindenbaum

Axel Sigurd Holger Andersen and Viggo Alexander Lindenbaum were both members of the Danmarks Kommunistiske Ungdom (DKU) (the Communist Youth of Denmark). Within the space of a few months, they both left for Spain in 1937 and were enrolled in… Continue Reading →

Johan Ingvar (and Eggert and Harry) Annfeldt

Johan Ingvar, Eggert and Harry Annfeldt were three Danish brothers who fought in the Spanish Civil War. Eggert and Harry never returned home   By Allan Christiansen Johan Ingvar Annfeldt was born 17 September 1904 in Kristrup, suburb of Randers… Continue Reading →

Viggo Christensen Holm

Viggo Christensen Holm was one of the approximately 500 Danes who fought in the Spanish Civil War. Like so many of the Danish volunteers, Viggo was a communist and continued the fight against fascism in the Danish resistance    … Continue Reading →

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