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Decency and luck : two Dutch couples during World War II

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Decency and luck : two Dutch couples during World War II
Call No: 940.5315 O96d

Call Number940.5315 O96d
Dates[2014]
Statement of ResponsibilityJulia Oversloot.
Creators & ContributorsOversloot, Julia (author)
Krell, Robert (contributor)
Oversloot, Jacob Simon (subject)
Oversloot, Jeltje (subject)
Krell, Leo (subject)
Krell, Estera (subject)
Krell, Robert (subject)
SummaryTells the story of Jacob and Jeltje Oversloot who along with Albertus, Violette, and Nora Munnik were recognized as Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem in 1975 for their role in the survival of Eliasz (Leo), Estera (Emmy), and Robert Krell.
ContentsAcknowledgments
Preface
List of Who's Who
Prologue
  1. Once upon a time...
  2. Life in The Netherlands before 1940
  3. Environment Before the War
  4. Invasion of Holland 1940
  5. The Occupation
  6. Leo and Jaap become Friends
  7. Separation between Jews and Gentiles
  8. A Jew's Story of the Occupation
  9. The Hidden Child—Robert Krell
  10. Oversloots and Krells are One Family
  11. More Siblings Memories of WWII
  12. After the War
  13. The Yad Vashem Medal
  14. Displaced Persons
  15. Conclusion
Appendices
  • Testimonial / Robert Krell
  • Robert Krell's Biography
  • Tribute to Robert Krell
  • Testimonial / Leo Krell
  • Letter to Granddaughters / Emmy Krell
  • "So We Don't Forget" Newspaper Article
Glossary
References
Index
Physical Description xi, 123 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherReno, NV : SO&SO Co LLC
Notes
  • "A little idea to write about the family during World War II became bigger and bigger culminating in a book called 'So We Don't Forget' which was in two volumes... There were 50 copies made through the Lifescapes program of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute under Extended Studies at University of Nevada in Reno... It had as much information about the family as I could find and a timeline of historical and family events. This brief version was suggested by Robert Krell,'Now that you have done all the background work how about writing a book.' So this is for the general public and concentrates on two family's lives during World War II—the Oversloots and the Krells." —Julia Oversloot, Title page verso
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 117–118) and index
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Shannon LaBelle & Kevin Forbes