Forlag: Scandinavian Academic Press, H. D. Tjeenk Willink & Zoon N.V., Vidarforlaget, Bokvennen, Duke University Press (Norge, Nederland (1945), Norge, USA)
When the Nazis seized power in the Netherlands during World War II, the anti-fascist history professor Johan Huizinga (1872–1945) was among the most important enemies of the totalitarian occupying power. Even in 1942, Huizinga was critical of the Nazi regime. In July of the same year, Hitler's men arrested him for three months, before the 70-year-old was finally released when he was close to death. Huizinga was expelled from Leiden University, so he settled in the small village of De Steeg,. . .
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