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Author Sanders, Ronald.

Uniform Title In verband met de vermindering van het aantal kinderen--. English
Title Storming the tulips / by Ronald Sanders ; translated & revised by Hannie J. Voyles.

Imprint Saint Louis, Mo. : Stonebrook Pub., 2011.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  940.5318 Sa56i 2011    ---  Available
Description 164 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 21 cm.
Note Translation of: In verband met de vermindering van het aantal kinderen--
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 164).
Contents Poem: The children -- Holland or the Netherlands -- The Nazi storm -- Herding the Jews -- Poem: Razzia in Amsterdam -- Timeline of restrictions -- Sifting the children, shuffling the schools -- My father, Jan van Dam -- The 1st Montessori School connection -- The exodus begins -- The suicide pact: The Pinkhof family -- Saved by my dog / David van Huiden -- From Nazi darling to starving prisoner / Inge Preuss -- Even my baby sister / Bram Asscher -- Stuffed in a cattle car / Esther Santcroos -- From the mouth of hell / Jet Edersheim -- A bullet through my knee / Anny Morpurgo -- Begging for food / Cora Landzaat -- Sent off to strangers / Roos Groenman -- Shuffled around the Netherlands / Sal Groenman -- My parents imprisoned / Floris Haak -- Saving Jewish children / Elly de Zwart -- Bad boy / Fred Huijser -- Nazi youth member / Jan Ponne -- A German hiding Jews / Karin de Jongh -- From Communists to resistance workers / Rudi Leikies -- Picking pockets of the dead / Hannie J. Ostendorf Voyles -- Poem: This Was the Day -- Hiding Jewish children / Jeanne Lindeman -- Driven to the attic : the principal / Wim F. Eijgenstein -- Traversing the Netherlands / Sini Broerse -- RAF pilot / Daniel Sajet -- Resistance fighters / Sape and Bram Kuiper -- Killed after the war ended / Willem Zeeman -- The search into our past -- Rollbook of the dead.
Summary Presents the stories of twenty students who attended the First Montessori School in Amsterdam during the Holocaust, discussing the hardships and tragedies the children faced when friends and family members disappeared, some were sent to death camps, some joined the Nazi youth, and some struggled to find food.
Subject World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Dutch.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam.
Children -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography.
Students -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography.
Children and war -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- History -- 20th century.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam.
Amsterdam (Netherlands) -- Biography.
Holocaust, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives.
Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Amsterdam (Netherlands) -- Biography.
Added Author Voyles, Hannie J.
ISBN 9780983080008 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0983080003 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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