Epitaphium for Soldier of Orange
Siebren Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema DFC RMWO (3 April 1917 – 26 September 2007) was a Dutch wartime RAF-pilot, Dutch spy and writer. He was a Knight 4th class of the Military William Order.
In the Netherlands he became famous as the writer of the 1970 book Soldaat van Oranje (Dutch: Soldier of Orange) in which he describes his experiences in World War II, and which was made into a 1977 film directed by Paul Verhoevenand starring Rutger Hauer.
Implementation of 1366 names sandblasted in granit. (on request of West Gedenktekens)
24-05-2013 Scheveningen Princess Beatrix reveals the vissersnamemonument ( VissersNamenMonument) at the boulevard in Scheveningen.
The monument with 1.366 names is decicated to the fishermen which lost their lives at sea.