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Germany, Central Europe - Couchs... (2008)
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Kamermeisjes en soldaten (2009)
The Netherlands - Leidsche Rijn (2009)
Romania - Masseur (2009)
Onderduiken voor beginners (2009)
Montenegro - Miracle cream (2009)
Transnistria - Hotel (2010)
Middle East - Road trip (2010)
Greece - Dutch family holiday (2010)
Grunberg / Kolk - Van Istanbul n... (2010)
The Netherlands - Acting (2011)
Afghanistan - Bundeswehr (2011)
Iraq - Kurdistan (2011)
Nepal - Holiday (2012)
Thessaloniki - Financial crisis (2013)
Belgium - Psychiatric hospital (2013)
Congo - MSF (2014)
Afghanistan - civil society (2014)
Rotterdam - Psychiatric emergenc... (2015)
The Netherlands- Cyber (2015)
Europe / Middle East - road trip... (2015)
Amsterdam - Tino Sehgal (2015)
Angstreduceren behandelplan (2015)
The Netherlands / Germany - Slau... (2016)
Zuthpen - Replacement father (2017)
USA - Religion (2018)
Amsterdam - JIM (2018)
Lanzarote (2018)
Ghent - Nursing home (2018)
Amsterdam - Give us the museum (2018)



 
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Onder de soldaten



work
ISBN 90-388-2735-0
Publisher Nijgh & Van Ditmar, Amsterdam
Year 2006
Country Netherlands, Belgium
Language Dutch

Description

Among the Soldiers: Grunberg's columns about his visit to the Dutch army in Afghanistan in the summer of 2006. The columns originally apeared in NRC Handelsblad as part of 'Grunberg Among the People'. This book is a new year gift (2006/2007) for friends of the publishing house Nijgh & Van Ditmar.
The Dutch Ministry of Defence gave a special edition of this book as a Christmas gift to the Dutch soldiers.
These articles are also collected in Kamermeisjes en soldaten.
Read the report in English here.


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