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Emil Vinders

Victim | 1894 | Police officer

Sometimes listed as Emil Vind. Born in 1894 in district Westenfeld (or: Gelsenkirchen?), Westfalen province.

Called to arms in Tsingtau in August 1914 and stationed as sailor soldier in the 5th company of the 3rd Sea Battalion. From November 1914 imprisoned by the Japanese ending up in the Matsuyama concentration camp (prisoner number 3150). He was moved to the Bando camp on 9 April 1917. Here he was registered with Brambauer as place of origin in Kreis Dortmund, Westfalen, Hospital Strasse 48.

Released in December 1919. Accepted the option to start working with the Police in the Netherlands East Indies. In 1922 he is stationed as Chief Constable (Hoofdagent) in Pamekasan (Madura). In 1940 he is still registered as police officer. Interned in May 1940 and deported in January 1942 with the Van Imhoff. Drowned.


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