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Vertellingen uit het oude Twente by Berend…

Vertellingen uit het oude Twente

by Berend Jager

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Vertellingen uit het oude Twente bevat negen historische en spannende verhalen in chronolische volgorde die een aantal markante gebeurtenissen uit het Twentse verleden weergeven. Het begint met het droevige lot van een vroedvrouw uit Borne in 1216 en eindigt met de bevrijding van Enschede in 1945. Het geheel biedt in vogelvlucht een boeiend overzicht van enkele, vaak dramatische, gebeurtenissen die in Twente hebben plaats gevonden.
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