Woodenshoes Publishing House
announces the English release of From Bazooka to Bosnia: Sixty Years of (non)Journalistic Experiences by Dick Verkijk

Home | About the Book | Reviews | Content Highlights | How to Order | E-mail

Dick VerkijkAbout the Author

Dick Verkijk was born in the Netherlands in 1929. He covered the communist countries from 1958 to 1995, the last 10 years from Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia, where he was based as a correspondent for the Dutch radio and television. He is a well-published author and has written half a dozen books since From Bazooka to Bosnia, listed below. Since 1995, he has lived in Sandy, Utah, in the United States.

Other books by Dick Verkijk:

  • Bertje was zo'n lief jongetje - De tragische ondergang van de familie Sanders (Bertje was such a cute little boy - The tragic downfall of the Sanders family), 2007
  • Harry Mulisch, "fel anti-nazi" - vanaf wanneer? (Harry Mulisch, "ardent anti-Nazi"- since when?), 2006
  • De Sinterklaasrazzia van 1944 (The Santa Claus raid of 1944), 2004
  • With a subsidy of the Foundation for the Production and Translation of Dutch Literature, From Bazooka to Bosnia was also published in the Czech Republic, 2002
  • Die slappe Nederlanders - of viel het toch wel mee in 1940-1945? (Those spineless Dutch - or was it not that bad in 1940-1945?), 2001
  • Schuld en boete (Crime and Punishment), co-author Martin van den Heuvel, 1998
  • Radio Hilversum, 1940-1945 (1974)
  • Operatie Barbarossa (Operation Barbarossa), 1966