The boxer Marcel Haenen | Paperback of 464 pages
A year toiling in a German labor camp. That's what the Jewish family Moszkowicz expected when they reported on a summer Tuesday afternoon in August 1942 at a gathering in Maastricht. Follows through Westerbork deportation to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Nearly a thousand days later, only eighteen Max Moszkowicz still standing. As a boxer and a changed identity, he survived the war. He is behind the barbed first fell in love.
The boxer is a book about war and advocacy, and Jew in a Catholic city. After the war entered Max Moszkowicz in Maastricht criminal lawyer ring of the courtroom. With his four sons, he was the biggest law firm in the country: Moszkowicz Lawyers. He defended criminals like drug trafficker Klaas Bruinsma, Heineken kidnapper Willem Holleeder, master swindler Ari Olivier and Johan V., aka The Hakkelaar.
This biography is based on a hundred interviews, never before revealed documents and Moszkowicz 'own diary tell a remarkable story. A trader in law for whom the war has never stopped.