Roelof de Jong-Posthumus

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Roelof de Jong-Posthumus (born May 19, 1914 in Leipzig , † December 17, 1985 in Braunschweig ) was a German writer .

His father was Roelof de Jong-Posthumus, a violin virtuoso; the mother Else, b. Marschner.

In 1978 he was a member of the Federal Testing Office for writings harmful to minors.

Publications (selection)

  • Brunswick Kaleidoscope: "The Crows Field". Braunschweig calendar. Braunschweig 1984.

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