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Author: Marco de Groot; Martin Donker
Publisher: Houten : Voetspoor, boek op maat, [2011] ©2011
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : DutchView all editions and formats
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This book consists of two parts, presented on opposite pages: one side is about the Demjanjuk trial in Germany, and the other side is memoirs of the author. De Groot was asked in 2009 to be a co-prosecutor in the Demjanjuk trial; this caused him to face his own past. De Groot was born in Amsterdam in 1939. During the war, he was with his parents in hiding in Tilburg, just before the roundup on 11 November 1942. His  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Diaries
Personal narratives
Trials, litigation, etc
Biography
Named Person: Marco de Groot; John Demjanjuk; John Demjanjuk
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marco de Groot; Martin Donker
ISBN: 9789079086009 9079086002
OCLC Number: 827799856
Description: 95 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Marco de Groot ; [tekstbewerking en eindredactie, Martin Donker].

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This book consists of two parts, presented on opposite pages: one side is about the Demjanjuk trial in Germany, and the other side is memoirs of the author. De Groot was asked in 2009 to be a co-prosecutor in the Demjanjuk trial; this caused him to face his own past. De Groot was born in Amsterdam in 1939. During the war, he was with his parents in hiding in Tilburg, just before the roundup on 11 November 1942. His father worked in the textile factory Hollandia-Kattenburg. 820 employees were sent to Westerbork; eight survived. His parents, Hariette de Groot-Roozendaal (1914-43) and Levie de Groot (1905-43), were arrested on 22 April, sent to Vught and Westerbork, and killed in Sobibór. A total of 68 family members were killed during the war. From November 1942 to August 1944, de Groot was in several hiding places, the last one with Freek and Jo Assink in Amsterdam. After the war they became very anti-Jewish in fear of losing Marco. However, he remained with them after the war. They were divorced in 1950 and reunited in 1980; Marco lived in both houses. He also knew that he was born as a Jew. After the death of the Assinks, he decided to seek psychiatric help at a Jewish center for mental health. He ends the book saying that he is now cured. The pages about the Demjanjuk trial describe the case and his part in it.

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