Synonyms for gelissen or Related words with gelissen

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Examples of "gelissen"
Notable natives include Rena Kornreich Gelissen author and survivor of Nazi concentration camps.
2-Furoyl chloride was prepared in 1924 by Gelissen by refluxing 2-furoic acid in excess thionyl chloride on a water bath.
Toverland (English: "Magicland") is an amusement park which is located close to the town of Sevenum in the Netherlands. The park was founded in 2001 and is operated by Gelissen Group.
Rena Kornreich Gelissen, born Rena Kornreich (24 August 1920 – 8 August 2006), was a Polish-born Jew, known for her memoir, "Rena's Promise: A Story of Sisters in Auschwitz", her story of surviving the Nazi concentration camps with her sister Danka.
Rena Kornreich Gelissen is the only person from the first transport of Jews into Auschwitz to write her story, which has been called "one of the most historically accurate and important books ever written on the women's camp in Auschwitz I" by Irena Strzelecka, Director, Auschwitz Museum of Women, Oświęcim, Poland.
Maximilien Lambert Gelissen (27 February 1786 - 19 March 1867), born in Brussels in 1867, was a pupil of a certain Rubens of Brussels for drawing, and of Henri Van Assche for painting. He painted mainly landscapes and genre paintings. His works are kept in many collections, including the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent. In 1820 he won the prize for landscape from the Royal Academy of Science, Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium.
Rena and Danka were liberated, along with the rest of the camp while they were in Neustadt Glewe, on 2 May 1945. Their parents are believed to have been murdered in Auschwitz and their sister Zosia's fate and her children's is still unknown. Their oldest sister, Gertrude, had emigrated to the United States, in 1921. Liberated, the sisters traveled to the Netherlands and worked for the International Red Cross. On 29 July 1947, Rena married John Gelissen, who was the commander of the Red Cross relief team that had given Rena and her sister food and shelter in 1945. In 1954, Rena and her family immigrated to Norwalk, Connecticut. In 1951, a few years before, Danka and her husband Elias Brandel had also immigrated to the United States. Neither sister wished to live in cold war Europe or anyplace where they would have to face war or violence again.