The stately Maliebaan in Utrecht was also known as the Dutch "Unter den Linden", due to the large number of offices of the Germans and the NSB (Dutch National-Socialist Movement) during World War II.
Between all the headquarters of the occupiers was Garage Grund, which provided that all German vehicles on the Maliebaan of fuel. At the same time, it was a stronghold of the resistance, with a printer for underground newspapers such as De Vonk (The Spark) and De Waarheid (The Truth). Also there were Jews in hiding in the building.
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