Van der Zee, Henri A. 1934–
Van der Zee, Henri A. 1934–
(Henri Antony Van der Zee)
PERSONAL: Born February 4, 1934, in Amersfoort, Netherlands; married Barbara Griggs (a journalist), June 5, 1970. Ethnicity: "Dutch."
ADDRESSES: E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Telegraaf, Netherlands, foreign correspondent in Paris, London, and Rome, 1963–96.
AWARDS, HONORS: Decorated officer, Order of Orange Nassau.
(With wife, Barbara van der Zee) William and Mary, Knopf (New York, NY), 1973.
(With Barbara van der Zee) A Sweet and Alien Land: The Story of Dutch New York, Viking (New York, NY), 1978.
The Hunger Winter: Occupied Holland, 1944–1945, Jill Norman & Hobhouse(London, England), 1982, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE), 1998.
Het edelste gewest: De geschiedenis van Nieuw-Nederland, 1609–1674, Becht (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1982.
(With Barbara van der Zee) 1688: Revolution in the Family, Viking (New York, NY), 1988.
In de greep van de octopus: De mafia-terreur in Italie, BZZToh ('s-Gravenhage, Netherlands), 1993.
De maffia, Her masker valt, BZZToh ('s-Gravenhage, Netherlands), 1997.
S'Heeren Slaaf; her dramatischeleven van Jocabus Capiten, Balans (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 2000.
In ballingschap: de Nederlandse kolonie in Engeland, 1940–1945, Bezige Bij (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 2005.
Londen in oorlogstijd: Wandelingen in de voetsporen van Wilhelmina, BZZToh ('s-Gravenhage, Netherlands), 2006.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Historical Review, February, 1974, review of William and Mary p. 143; February, 1979, review of A Sweet and Alien Land: The Story of Dutch New York, p. 247.
Best Sellers, July 15, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 182.
Choice, October, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 1268.
Library Journal, June 1, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 1810.
National Review, January 4, 1974, review of William and Mary, p. 47.
New Statesman, March 23, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 418.
New Yorker, July 9, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 71.
New York Times Book Review, March 19, 1978, review of A Sweet and Alien Land, p. 11.
Times Literary Supplement, October 19, 1973, review of William and Mary, p. 1279; October 15, 1982, review of The Hunger Winter: Occupied Holland, 1944–1945, p. 1134.
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