WALRAVEN VAN HALL 10 Februari 1906 - 12 Februari 1945
- Very Good+/no DJ, as issued
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About This Item
, 98pp. original binding. Memories of colleague resistance fighters privately published in 1945 It is very rare. The authors of these personal memories, however, remain anonymous. Erik Schaap published a book about Walraven van Hall and mentions this early book on Walraven van Hall.
Walraven (Wally) van Hall (10 February 1906 - 12 February 1945) was a Dutch banker and resistance leader during the occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. He founded the bank of the Resistance, which was used to distribute funds to victims of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands and fund the Dutch resistance.
A film was made about his wartime activities.
The present volume belonged to a member of his family (on his mother's side).
This volume is available at a negotiable and substantially reduced price to Dutch museums, libraries and other institutions involved in the maintenance of an historical record of Dutch WWII resistance and the fate of the Jewish community. Contact seller.
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- Bookseller's Inventory #
- WALRAVEN VAN HALL 10 Februari 1906 - 12 Februari 1945
- Blue-grey heavy cover paper
- Book Condition
- Used - Very Good+
- Jacket Condition
- no DJ, as issued
- Quantity Available
- UNIQUE FIRST
- Date Published
- 14,5 x 24 cm.
- Bookseller catalogs
- La Liseuse du Crastin; Dutch Resistence WWII;
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