Today’s tour, with Dean Angott, who’s father Tom, was a waistgunner in a B-17 bomber, that crashed near Lisse on September 26, 1944 after a mision to Osnabruck Germany. He managed to abandon the aircraft in a parachute and landed in the Kaag lake. He was pulled out of the water by a small boat and brought to Kaag island. From there the resistance brought him to Warmond, tugged under the bow of a sailing boat, he heard German soldiers yelling and calling, searching for the American crew members. Tom Angott spent the remainder of the war fighting the Nazis on the ground instead of the air, as a Resistance Fighter in the Dutch underground in Leiden.