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Professor Ben Ali Libi during a show at the Old Men's and Women's almshouse in Amsterdam in 1933
5 January 1895
|Died||2 July 1943
Sobibór extermination camp
Michel Velleman (5 January 1895 – 2 July 1943), known by his stage name Professor Ben Ali Libi, was a Jewish magician who was killed in World War II. He is notable for Dutch poet Willem Wilmink's poem about him being killed by the Nazis.
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