Hi there I'm new to the forum so please excuse any mistakes. I am looking for info regarding my Dutch gt grandater. Edzo luttjebour joined the Dutch resistance when he was 14 and became know to the Gestapo so he had to flee Holland. From what i know Edzo ended up in Wolverhampton where he met my gt nan. i assume he joined the princess Irene brigade as they were stationed at Wolverhampton. ( My grandad and him didn't get on and edzo would not speak about the war so I have limited info) All I have been told is he was eventually sent to java and Sumatra and fought the Japanese. From my own research ive seen that the Irene brigade only sent 150 men to Ceylon and they later formed the korps insulide. I also know Edzo was called up in 1947-50 to fight in the Indonesian revolution. I have a certificate to prove this. My question is , I'm sceptical about edzos ww2 career as he only states 5 years service with Dutch army in his right to stay in the UK documents and nothing else. That would indicate due to serving in the Indonesian revolution his service started in 1945 however, he definatley fled holland as his sisters had to help him and they confirmed that to be true and he also as stated met my gt nan while in Wolverhampton which again ties in precisely with the stationing of the Irene bridge. My question is does anyone know anything more that could help me or know where i could find out more such as a service record for Edzo that would prove he served in the war. Many thanks Lew.