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Sinopsis: Born in 1933, Robert van Luijn grew up in Rotterdam, Holland; along with the other citizens of the town he suffered deprivation and hunger during World War II under the Nazi occupation. Rescued and fed by the British during the summer of 1945, he finished school, served in the Dutch army, became an electrician, and eventually emigrated to the United States where he earned an engineering degree at Virginia Tech. He started his professional career at General Electric, where he eventually became a part of top management. He and his wife Trudy (from Atlanta, Georgia) have retired to Blacksburg, Virginia, where they are active in alumni affairs. This autobiography tells with humor and candor his experiences both in Holland and in the United States.
About the Author: This book is an autobiography; the description above summarizes the author's biography.
Título: From Lion to Eagle: A true story of an ...
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