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Hans Reens papers

Document | Accession Number: 2004.227.1

The papers contain 13 photographs depicting Hans Reens as a child in hiding with the van Vlijmen family in Hilversum, Netherlands; three photographs depicting Franciscus and Henderica van Vlijmen at a ceremony honoring them as Righteous Among the Nations at Yad Vashem; a photographic postcard depicting the summerhouse in Eerbeck, Netherlands, where Hans was caught by the Germans in August 1944; a letter written by Josef and Susanna Reens in Westerbork transit camp to the van Vlijmen family in which they refer to Hans in code as the "small dog"; a letter written on the letterhead of the Reens family business by Lena Gokkes, Hans's maternal grandmother to her daughter Susanna; 12 documents pertaining to legal issues relating to Hans after World War II; and three testimonies relating the deeds of the van Vlijmen family.

Date
inclusive:  1943-1980
Language
Dutch
English
Extent
1 folder
 
Record last modified: 2020-05-19 15:46:20
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