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De Jong used to live in the archiepiscopal palace, Maliebaan 40. During the occupation, he ended up having serious conflicts with the NSB and the occupation authorities. He openly spoke out against the lifting of the trade unions and the Holocaust. Surprisely enough De Jong was never arrested.
Boomsma was a girl from a NSB family, who studied to become a secretary. She worked for several NSB affiliated agencies until she was hired by the Sicherheitspolizei on Maliebaan 74 in 1944.
Feldmeijer was the founder and foreman of the Dutch SS located on Maliebaan 66. He was the biggest rival of NSB leader Mussert as he wanted to replace him and follow a more radical plan. He was a skilled orator, but his lack of tact and his drinking problem blocked him from such career. Feldmeijer died in early '45 on his way to the battlefield when he was hit by an allied shrapnel.
Elzas was a Jewish businessman that used to live in an appartment on Maliebaan 92. He was vice-chairman of the Jewish council in Utrecht and tried his best to bribe an agent to release Jews who were arrested. He managed to succeed sometimes.
Tellegen was a former top official of the town Utrecht, which dismissed herself when a NSB Mayor was appointed. She became part of the resistance and was known as 'Dokter Max'. She lived on Maliebaan 72bis and was the neighbour of the Sicherheitspolizei. She organised the financial support of thousands of railway strikers in the autumn of 1944. After the war she became the director of the office of the Queen.
Mussert's headquarters were located on Maliebaan 35. He was the leader of the National Social Movement (NSB). his sought were to become Minister-President of the Netherlands in a great German empire, but never succeeded. After the liberation of the Netherlands he was interned and killed by fire squad in may 1946 due to treason.