Gezina van der Molen
Gezina Hermina Johanna van der Molen (Baflo, 20 January 1892 - Aerdenhout, 9 October 1978) was a Dutch legal scholar and resistance fighter during the Second World War.  From 1924 to 1929, she studied law at the Free University of Amsterdam, as the first female student at that faculty and was also the first woman to obtain a doctor's degree at the VU. She dealt with numerous issues: the rights of women, apartheid in South Africa, the United Nations, the South Moluccas and New Guinea.
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