‘Cowardly no more’ 2. Resistance fighter Gerrit Gunnink (1923) has carried a heavy wartime secret for decades. He decides to voice his doubts concerning decisions that he and his resistance group took during World War II. The result is an extremely compelling tale of a resistance fighter confronted with the consequences of his choices. Part 2 – Pieter Hoppen: In 1943, farmers claim that a person in hiding is actually spying for the Germans. The resistance fighters meet to deliberate about the matter. Gerrit Gunnink is tasked with taking the man in question to Meppel. His family never hears from him again. What happened? What part did Gerrit play?