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Collections2018 (1,321), Your library (667), All collections (1,984)

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TagsThriller (268), Jodendom (265), Roman (243), Literatuur (169), Geschiedenis Tweede Wereldoorlog (113), Geschiedenis (98), Archieven (75), Jeugd (74), Humor (53), Stripverhalen (47) — see all tags

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About meI'm from a family that reads a lot. From childhood on, all of us received books on happy occasions. After a career in health care I changed to be an archivist.

About my libraryMy bookshelfs reflect both the ongoing interest in some subjects and the changing interest in other subjects. Also my love for different languages shows: there are books in French, English, German, Yiddish, Hebrew and of course many Dutch books.
Some books (brochures, pamphlets...) do not have an ISBN, for those I used the term GLIN = Grijze Literatuur in Nederland or in English: Grey Literature in the Netherlands.

GroupsArchivists on LibraryThing, Jewish Bibliophiles, Nederlandstalige lezers

Favorite authorsGeert Mak, Chaim Potok, Annie M.G. Schmidt, Leon Uris (Shared favorites)

LocationDen Haag (The Hague)

Account typepublic

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Member sinceOct 15, 2008

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