Selma van de Perre
Selma van de Perre (b. 1922) was a member of the Dutch resistance ‘TD Group’ during World War II. Shortly after the war she moved to England, where she worked for the BBC and met her future husband, Belgian journalist Hugo van de Perre. She went on to work as foreign correspondent for a Dutch TV station for a number of years. In 1983, Selma van de Perre received the Dutch Resistance Commemoration Cross. She still lives in London and has a son.
Book launch of My name is Selma
The Dutch Centre is celebrating the book launch of Selma van de Perre’s English translation of Mijn naam is Selma.