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Bloemgarten, Salvador 1924- (S.E. Bloemgarten)

Bloemgarten, Salvador 1924- (S.E. Bloemgarten)


Surname is pronounced like "Bloomgarten"; born October 11, 1924, in Brussels, Belgium; son of Victor (in sales) and Bernardine Bloemgarten; married Johanna Barends (an antiquarian), January 2, 1974. Education: University of Amsterdam, master's degree, 1953, Ph.D. (cum laude), 1993. Politics: Social Democrat.


Home—Amsterdam, Netherlands. E-mail—[email protected]


Teacher of history. Music critic and historian of Jews in Amsterdam.


(With Philo Bregstein) Herinnering aan Joods Amsterdam, Bezige Bij (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1978, 5th edition, with a new foreword by Job Cohen, 2004.

Henri Polak social/democraat 1868-1943, SDU Uitgeverij Kroninginnegracht (The Hague, Netherlands), 1993, 2nd edition, 1996.

Joods Amsterdam in een bewogen tijd 1890-1940, Waanders (Zwolle, Netherlands), 1997.

(Compiler, with Philo Bregstein) Remembering Jewish Amsterdam, translated by Wanda Boeke, Holmes & Meier Publishers (Teaneck, NJ), 2004.

Hartog de Hartog Lémon, 1755-1823: Joodse revolutionair in Franse tijd, Aksant (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 2007.

Contributor to books. Contributor to periodicals, sometimes under the name S.E. Bloemgarten.

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