Ludovicus Anthonius Carel Marie Doorman (1891 - 1955)

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Birthplace: Gouderak, Zuid-Holland, Nederland
Death: Died in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland
Managed by: Anne-Marie Healy-Kalishoek (C)
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About Ludovicus Anthonius Carel Marie Doorman

Dutch submarine commander

  • 1911, 18 October on board Gouvernements Marine survey vessel "Sumbawa"
  • 1912, 19 March on board 'standby ship' Hr.Ms. "Koning der Nederlanden", Soerabaja
  • 1912, 17 April on board Gouvernements Marine survey vessel "Sumbawa"
  • 1912, 19 October on board 'standby ship' Hr.Ms. "Koning der Nederlanden", Soerabaja
  • 1912, 15 November - 1915, 27 January "Exploratie detachement" in Dutch New Guinea
  • 1914 Discovered a 3500 meter high mountain in North New Guinea. The mountain is named *"Doormantop". The locals already had the name "Kembu" for it.
  • 1915, 2 March on board Gouvernements Marine survey vessel "Lombok"
  • 1915, 17 March on board Gouvernements Marine survey vessel "Sumbawa"
  • 1915, 2 November - 1915, 18 November To the Netherlands on board the "J.P. Coen"
  • 1916, 17 January Torpedo Service.
  • On board torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Koningin Emma der Nederlanden"
  • 1917, 20 January Torpedo Service.
  • On board torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Schorpioen"
  • 1917, 1 October Submarine Service
  • On board torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Koningin Emma der Nederlanden"
  • 1918, 19 February - 1918, 4 October Cdt. Hr.Ms. "M 1"
  • 1918, 23 October Naval base Amsterdam
  • 1918, 1 December on board torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Koningin Emma der Nederlanden"
  • 1919, 17 April on board "pantser" ship Hr.Ms. "Zeeland"
  • 1920, 16 April Naval base Willemsoord (Den Helder) and assigned to the Submarine Service.
  • 1920, 20 April - 1921, 26 April Cdt. Hr.Ms. "M 1"
  • 1921, 24 June - 1921, 11 July Temporarily stationed in Rotterdam for trials of the Hr.Ms. "K VI" and (later) supervising the completion/preparation of the Hr.Ms. "K II"
  • 1922, 28 March - 1924, ? Jan/Feb Cdt. Hr.Ms. "K II"
  • 1923, 18 September - 1923, 24 December To the Dutch East Indies on board, as cdt., Hr.Ms. "K II"
  • 1924, 8 January As cdt. Hr.Ms. "K II" assigned to Submarine Station Soerabaja.
  • 1924, ?17 January - 1924, ?10 February Transferred to Batavia
  • 1924, 4 February Sous-chef 2nd Material Department at department of the navy in Batavia.
  • 1927, 17 August To the Netherlands on board SS "Tjerimai"
  • 1927, 1 November Two year course at the Hogere Marine Krijgsschool in 's-Gravenhage
  • 1929, 4 November Submarine Service base
  • 1929, 3 December on board torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Schorpioen"
  • 1930, 27 January Received a degree in military science
  • 1930, 1 March Chief Torpedo Atelier (workshop) in Willemsoord (Den Helder naval base)
  • 1932, 5 November 1933, 28 April Cdt. (temp) torpedo instruction vessel Hr.Ms. "Schorpioen"

Cdt. (temp) Torpedo Service

  • 1933, 17 May To Dutch East Indies on board MS "Sibajak"
  • 1933, 15 June on board sloop Hr.Ms. "Soemba"
  • 1933, 21 June Cdt. sloop Hr.Ms. "Soemba"
  • 1933, 7 December Submarine Station Soerabaja
  • 1933, 9 December - 1935, 19 June Cdt. Submarine Station Soerabaja
  • 1935, 19 June To the Netherlands on board MS "Slamat"
  • 1935, 29 August - 1937, 25 March Cdt. Submarine Service
  • 1937, 25 March Nautical-military supervision during construction of cruiser Hr.Ms. "Tromp"
  • 1937, 27 July Staff of IVe Department A (Naval affairs, V.Adm A. Vos) department of defence, 's-Gravenhage
  • 1938, 18 August Cdt. cruiser Hr.Ms. "Tromp"
  • 1939, 23 June - Member of the committee responsible for hiring adelborsten (aspirant officers) for the zeedienst, marines and stoomvaartdienst.
  • 1939, 3 July Department of defence, 's-Gravenhage. In order to prepare for future assignment
  • 1939, 23 December - Chairman of the committee for the trials of O 21, O 22 and O 23.
  • 1940, 1 January Head IVe Department A, department of defence (flag officer equipment)
  • 1940, 16 July Honourable discharge from zeedienst (sea service)

Chief 'Naval Staff for de-mobilisation', Navy Depot in 's-Gravenhage

  • 1942, 15 May P.O.W. (German)
  • 1944, 11 January Escaped from German camp in Stanislau (Poland). Via Romania to England.
  • 1944, 14 September Arrival in London
  • 1944, 15 October Cdt. in Zeeland (CiZ), Sluiskil

Improving accessibility of the Westerschelde (river to Antwerp)

  • 1945, 10 July Head Dutch mission in Germany
  • 1945, 16 December Head Dutch military mission at the Allied Control Council, Berlin
  • 1946, 1 June Honourable discharge (at own request) as Head Dutch mission at the Allied Control Council, Berlin
  • 1946, ? Involved in preparations for scientific voyage to central Dutch New Guinea
  • 1946, ? November By plane to the Netherlands East Indies returned before the end on the year.
  • 1947, ? January The Navy made it clear they no longer had a 'suitable' assignment for L.A.C.M Doorman

Civilian career

  • 1947 - 1948 Member "Rijkscommissie v.d. Stuurlieden Examens"
  • 1947, 1 November - 1951, 15 October Director "Katholiek Thuisfront"

Nick name Peek

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Ludovicus Doorman's Timeline

1891
January 2, 1891
Gouderak, Zuid-Holland, Nederland
1921
August 1, 1921
Age 30
The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
1955
December 10, 1955
Age 64
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland