Adolf Placzek

Standard Name: Placzek, Adolf


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Family and Intimate relationships Jan Struther
JS finally married Adolf Kurt Placzek , by then a librarian at Columbia University in New York, her lover of nearly a decade, whom she had met during his refugee days in England.
Maxtone Graham, Ysenda. The Real Mrs Miniver. John Murray, 2001.
Reynolds, David. “Zest”. London Review of Books, pp. 34-5.
Family and Intimate relationships Jan Struther
In autumn 1939, within a month of publishing the book that was to make her famous, JS first met Adolf Placzek , or Dolf, a Jewish refugee from Vienna, thirteen years her junior (son...
Family and Intimate relationships Jan Struther
During these years almost constantly on the road, the anchor in JS 's life was Adolf Placzek , who lived in New York except when training with the US army in California. Her children lived...
Residence Jan Struther
She was upset when her friend Sheridan Russell (who worked with refugees and had introduced her to Adolf Placzek ) reproached her by letter for running to your lover at this terrible moment for your...


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