A Businessman's Thoughts on Concentration Camps and Capitalism (Two Extracts from Hellema's The Wrath of the Wind)
The Low Countries - 2007, № 15, pp. 44-45
Hellema – aka Alexander Bernard (Lex) van Praag – is a master of letters who has remained unknown – a writers' writer. Van Praag (1921-2005) was a resistance man during the Second World War who ended up in a German concentration camp. After the war, he travelled as a businessman through Europe to obtain orders for a textile factory. In doing so, he also had to do business with the very same people who had once consigned him to Buchenwald. Life goes on.
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