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us: Meijer, Jaap


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  • Variants

    • us: Meyer, Jaap
    • us: Meijer, J. (Jaap)
    • us: Meijer, Jacob
    • us: Meijer, Jakob
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1912-11-18
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1993-07-09
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Winschoten (Netherlands)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Heemstede (Netherlands)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Paramaribo (Suriname)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        dut
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Historians
    • Use For

    • See Also

      • us: Hasselt, Gideon van, 1912-1993
      • us: Messel, Saul van, 1912-1993
    • Sources

      • found: Neveh Yaʻakov, 1982: t.p. (Dr. Jaap Meijer) p. ix (Jacob Meijer, b. 11/18/12 in Winschoten, Netherlands)
      • found: LC data base, 1-9-84 (hdg.: Meijer, Jaap; usage: Jaap Meijer; Saul van Messel)
      • found: His The stay of Mozes Haim Luzzatto ... 1947: t.p. (Jakob Meijer)
      • found: Koninklijke Bibliotheek catalogue, May 1, 2008 (hdg. Maijer, Jakob, 1912-1993)
      • found: Wikipedia, October 14, 2015 (Jaap Meijer (writer); Jakob (Jaap) Meijer; Dutch historian and poet; born November 18, 1912 in Winschoten, Netherlands; died July 9, 1993 in Heemstede, Netherlands; Meijer has numerous publications to his name on the history of the Dutch Jews; he is the author of a biography of Jacob Israel de Haan (1967); he published poems under the pseudonym Saul van Messel; he also used the pseudonym Gideon van Hasselt; he studied history at the Dutch Jewish Seminary in Amsterdam; in 1941-1943 he worked as a teacher at the Jewish school in the capital and had, among others, Anne Frank in his class; Meijer, his wife Lizzie Voet, and son Ischa Meijer survived the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp during the Second World War; after the war, the family emigrated to Paramaribo where Meijer acted for some time as a rabbi)
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