Ad van Liempt

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Ad van Liempt in 2009

Ad van Liempt (born 21 May 1949, Utrecht) is a Dutch journalist, writer and a TV producer. He authored several books, including a biography of Prince Bernhard, and initiated the history program Andere Tijden (Other Times). Outside the Netherlands he is best known for his book "Kopgeld"[1] which was translated to English and published as "Hitler's Bounty Hunters",[2] describing the process by which Nazis paid for the information on the locations of the Jews.

References[edit]

  1. ^ van Liempt, Ad (2002). Kopgeld: Nederlandse premiejagers op zoek naar joden, 1943 (in Dutch). Amsterdam: Balans. p. 373. ISBN 9789050184786. 
  2. ^ van Liempt, Ad; Translated by S.J. Leinbach (2005). Hitler's Bounty Hunters (English translation from Dutch). London: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. ISBN 1845202031.