There are probably quite a few people who will have heard of David Koker, or at least will know about the diary he wrote during his imprisonment at camp Vught, in the Netherlands.
The diary was published in 1977 with the name Dagboek geschreven in Vught and was published in 2012 it was translated into English and published wit the title At the Edge of the Abyss: A Concentration Camp Diary, 1943-1944.It was written between 11 February 1943 and 8 February 1944.
On the night of 11 February 1943,David and his family were arrested in Amsterdam and arrested and transported to camp Vught. For this transport they actually received a train ticket, and if you see the ticket it looks like something nice was done to the Koker family. It appears to be an act of charity.
It was issued by the ‘Centre of Jewish emigration Amsterdam, and ordered by…
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