jodenvervolging

jodenvervolging
преследование евреев

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  • Abel J. Herzberg — Abel Jacob Herzberg (* 17. September 1893 in Amsterdam; † 19. Mai 1989 ebenda) war ein niederländisch jüdischer Anwalt und Schriftsteller. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 2 Preise 3 Bibliografie 3.1 Literatur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abel Jacob Herzberg — (* 17. September 1893 in Amsterdam; † 19. Mai 1989 ebenda) war ein niederländisch jüdischer Anwalt und Schriftsteller. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 2 Zitate 3 Preise …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abel Herzberg — (1893 – 1989) was a Dutch Jewish layer, writer and poet. He wrote many plays and novels, focused mainly on Biblical characters. His works include Tweestromenland , Kroniek der Jodenvervolging , and Om een lepel soep . Herzberg was a prisoner in… …   Wikipedia

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  • ASSCHER, ABRAHAM — (1880–1955), Dutch Jewish leader, Zionist, and politician. He founded the largest diamond processing plant in his native Amsterdam, and, in 1907, served as president of the Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce. He was elected to the North Netherlands… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • COHEN, DAVID — (1883–1967), Dutch historian and prominent Jewish and Zionist leader. Cohen, who was born at Deventer, east Holland, was professor of ancient history at the universities of Leiden and Amsterdam from 1924 to 1953 (except for the years of Nazi… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • GANS, MOZES (Max) HEIMAN — GANS, MOZES ( Max ) HEIMAN (1917–1987), Dutch author, journalist, and jeweler. Gans grew up in the building of the Joodse Invalide. This was the institute for poor Jewish invalids, an outstanding example of modern Jewish charity of which the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HERZBERG, ABEL JACOB — (1893–1989), Dutch author. Herzberg was born in Amsterdam into a Russian immigrant family. A lawyer by profession, he became an enthusiastic Zionist in his youth and made his mark as a powerful speaker and outstanding writer on Jewish affairs.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JONG, LOUIS (Loe) DE — (1914–2005), Dutch historian. Born in Amsterdam into a secular socialist family, De Jong studied history in Amsterdam and started his career in 1938 as foreign editor of the anti Nazi weekly De Groene Amsterdammer. Upon the German invasion in May …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • NETHERLANDS, THE (Holland) — NETHERLANDS, THE (Holland), kingdom in N.W. Europe. The Middle Ages It is not known when exactly the Jews settled in the area which is now called The Netherlands. As early as the 11th century one can find some indications of Jewish settlers in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • PRESSER, JACOB — (Jacques) (1899–1970), Dutch historian and writer. Presser was born in Amsterdam into a secular and well assimilated family. He studied history at the University of Amsterdam, earning his doctorate in 1926 with a thesis on Das Buch De Tribus… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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