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Intermediate level: cycle 3
Oorlogsgedicht ~ War Poetry
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Jan Campert (1902 - 1943)Edit
Jan Campert was a journalist, writer, poet and resistance fighter during the nazi occupation of the Netherlands that lasted from May 10, 1940 till May 5, 1945.
In 1941 he wrote the following poem on the occasion of the execution of 18 resistance people on the Waalsdorpervlakte. He puts himself in the position on one of them in a rather stark fashion. He himself was arrested trying to smuggle a Jewish person into Belgium a year later and was sent first to the concentration camp Buchenwald and then to Neuengamme where he died from pleurisy.
End of cycle 3Edit
You have reached the end of the third cycle and are midway the Intermediate Level of this course. Congratulations!