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Gedenkboek inlichtingens- en actieagenten

(2015) BISC.
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Numerous Belgian citizens, men and women from all ages and social classes, were indignant by the occupation of their native country during World War II. As a result, they felt the need ‘to do something about it’ and would evolve to a special form of the Resistance. No less than 18.716 Intelligence and Action Agents (IAA) in 129 Intelligence and Action Services (IAS) operated in occupied Belgium. In cooperation with the British services MI.6, MI.9 and SOE, they were directed by the State Security in exile in London. Their fields of operation were: political, economic and military espionage; sabotage; psychological warfare; propaganda; escape lines; meteorological intelli-gence; support to people who refused the Compulsory Work Service; … At least 4.000 Intelligence and Action Agents were arrested and 1.815 were killed. They were shot to death, decapitated or killed in concentration camps). This book highlights their story and it names each of these unknown heroes, 70 years after the events.

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MLA
Baron Coekelbergs, Roger, Marc Cools, Robin Libert, et al. Gedenkboek Inlichtingens- En Actieagenten. Antwerpen: Maklu, 2015. Print.
APA
Baron Coekelbergs, R., Cools, M., Libert, R., Pashley, V., Raes, J., Stans, D., & Vandecasteele, R. (2015). Gedenkboek inlichtingens- en actieagenten. BISC. Antwerpen: Maklu.
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Baron Coekelbergs, Roger, Marc Cools, Robin Libert, Veerle Pashley, Jaak Raes, David Stans, and Renaat Vandecasteele. 2015. Gedenkboek Inlichtingens- En Actieagenten. Bisc. Antwerpen: Maklu.
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Baron Coekelbergs, Roger, Marc Cools, Robin Libert, Veerle Pashley, Jaak Raes, David Stans, and Renaat Vandecasteele. 2015. Gedenkboek Inlichtingens- En Actieagenten. Bisc. Antwerpen: Maklu.
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Baron Coekelbergs R, Cools M, Libert R, Pashley V, Raes J, Stans D, et al. Gedenkboek inlichtingens- en actieagenten. BISC. Antwerpen: Maklu; 2015.
IEEE
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R. Baron Coekelbergs et al., Gedenkboek inlichtingens- en actieagenten. Antwerpen: Maklu, 2015.
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  abstract     = {{Numerous Belgian citizens, men and women from all ages and social classes, were indignant by the occupation of their native country during World War II. As a result, they felt the need ‘to do something about it’ and would evolve to a special form of the Resistance. No less than 18.716 Intelligence and Action Agents (IAA) in 129 Intelligence and Action Services (IAS) operated in occupied Belgium. In cooperation with the British services MI.6, MI.9 and SOE, they were directed by the State Security in exile in London. Their fields of operation were: political, economic and military espionage; sabotage; psychological warfare; propaganda; escape lines; meteorological intelli-gence; support to people who refused the Compulsory Work Service; … At least 4.000 Intelligence and Action Agents were arrested and 1.815 were killed. They were shot to death, decapitated or killed in concentration camps). This book highlights their story and it names each of these unknown heroes, 70 years after the events.}},
  author       = {{Baron Coekelbergs, Roger and Cools, Marc and Libert, Robin and Pashley, Veerle and Raes, Jaak and Stans, David and Vandecasteele, Renaat}},
  isbn         = {{9046607860}},
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  pages        = {{859}},
  publisher    = {{Maklu}},
  series       = {{BISC}},
  title        = {{Gedenkboek inlichtingens- en actieagenten}},
  year         = {{2015}},
}