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King Kong by Tomas Ross
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King Kong (2006)

by Tomas Ross

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Het verraad van Arnhem
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Voor mijn vader Pieter Gerardus Hogendoorn (1912-1971), verzetsman, medewerker Bureau Nationale Veiligheid, Centrale Veiligheidsdienst, Binnenlandse Veiligheidsdienst; verhoorde samen met zijn collega Anne ten Cate de gevangen genomen King Kong vanaf zomer 1945 tot zomer 1946.
En voor mijn jongste dochter Pauline die, zonder dat we het wisten, de naam kreeg die haar grootvader tijdens WO II als codenaam had.
Met dank aan Bas (Bob) de Jongste en Daan Hogendoorn.
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"De waarheid ligt verscholen in de interpretaties waaruit ze is opgebouwd". Toegeschreven aan Ernesto Rafael Guevara de la Serna (Che Guevara). Volgens onze opvatting bestaat er helemaal niet zoiets als de dood. (Martin Bormann). "Te midden van de ruïnes van Berlijn, in het hart van het grote puinveld Duitsland, zat daar Martin Bormann in zijn vertrek in de bunker van de Führer en bleef intrigeren, ijverig als steeds, energiek en geniepig....." (Joseph Wulf in Martin Bormann - Hitlers's schaduw). "Martin Bormann leeft" (Adolf Eichmann in Jeruzalem 1960).
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