Abraham Korper was a communist.
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Abraham ('Bram') was a council communist. Emmanuel ('Manie') Korper, also a council communist, was his brother. Bram's wife Rosa Reens (1892-1928) died in childbirth. Her son Rudolf Herman was then raised by Bram's sister. Bram committed suicide, just like Manie. Their sister Sara survived the war.
There are pictures of Bram and Manie at the IISH, Amsterdam.
Lit: Philippe Bourrinet, The Dutch an…
Most of the information stated in the comment above is incorrect. Bram (Abraham) was a communist and a member of the OSP, like most of the Korpers. But he did not have a brother named Emmanuel, he did have a nephew named Emanuel (1921-1943). Emanuel died in a concentration camp, as did Bram. It is not likely that Bram committed suicide in Auschwitz Birkenau, as he was selected to go to the gas ch…
U heeft gelijk voor wat betreft de overlijdensdatum van Bram Korper. Mijn fout was op Bourrinet te vertrouwen. Waarvoor mijn excuses.
Echter: de Korpers waren in geen geval leden van de OSP (daar heb ik me 10 jaar mee bezig gehouden en ik mag graag denken dat ik daar een beetje verstand van heb). Er waren zoveel leden van de familie Korper radencommunist dat er smalend van de 'korperatie' werd ges…
Dennis Bos, Vele woningen, maar nergens een thuis; Barend Luteraan [1878-1970] (Amsterdam 1996)
Beathe Korper de Leeuw had een dochter
Ruth geb. 14-1-1935
Abraham Korper was a socialist. His wife Rosa Reens died in childbirth. His son Rudolf was raised by his sister. Rudolf was arrested in 1944.
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