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monument voor verzetstrijders in de tweede wereld oorlog , Niet ver van de Antonius hoeve op de zwarte plak in America( Horst aan de maas) . op deze plek hebben twee verzets mensen in september 1944 de rails van de nabij gelegen spoorweg onklaar gemaakt. en zijn daarbij betrapt.

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