Sensing the presense of history Nurse * Sensing * Fooled * Liquidations B17 42-32070 Updated: 18 OCT 2015
FOLKETIDENDE Lolland Friday 8th May
2015 page 16 , by Peter Gade
Captions to the photos seen on the page in Danish (page
Aage Astrup is still living in his own home with a daily visit by a home help. (Photo: Peter Gade)
To their mutual joy, Aage Astrup and Ib Walbum, both interested in history, exchanged historical information about the time of the occupation. (Photo: Peter Gade)
Sensing the presence of history
FOLKETIDENDE joined local historian to Himmerland between Hobro and Aalborg in a search for new knowledge of the history of the time of the occupation
TERNDRUP, NORTH JUTLAND On West
Lolland and environments it has become a well known fact that local
historian Ib Walbum has gained a great knowledge
For years Walbum has traced sources in
Denmark, England, U.S.A. and Germany – both oral and written sources - that
could throw light on events from that time.
What planes were involved? Where did they crash? Where were they heading? Who were on board? And what had subsequently happened to the crews that crashed?
Fortunately quite a number of these questions have been answered, because now it is very rare to meet people who remember these events themselves.
Because of that it was a great experience to Ib Walbum recently to learn that one of the eye witnesses was still going strong in North Jutland.
That is why FOLKETIDENDE joined the
local historian when this week he went to Terndrup in North Jutland where
the 102-year-old retired chief surgeon Aage Astrup