Nedvision Publishing publishes works by a wide range of authors. The authors are often specialists in their fields, such as (military) history, business administration or marketing. Nedvision Publishing also publishes its own research and autobiographies.
Nedvision Publishing focuses on non-fiction and the genres of history and business/business administration.
Christer Bergström (1958) has a reputation as one of the experts in the field of the Second World War. He has written 31 books on the subject, all in English. Through extensive research, he has provided new insights into many events, including the Ardennes Offensive, the Battle of England, Market Garden and Eastern Front. In 2021, the two volumes of “Arnhem 1944 — a historic battle revised” were published by Nedvision Publishing.
Christof Dahl has been working as a freelance consultant and trainer for quality management since 2003. He supports companies with the introduction of ISO9001, internal audits, supplier audits and Kaizen topics. In addition, in cooperation with major academies, he trains quality officers and quality auditors and collaborates with well-known certification companies. You can also book it for your own quality seminars.
He is a lecturer at the Fachhochschule Südwestfalen for the courses “Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaft” and “Qualitätsmanagement” and as a lecturer in Quality Management at an MBA program at the International Business School Tuttlingen (Hochschule Furtwangen| Furtwangen University).
Hans Onderwater MBE
Hans Onderwater MBE (1946) is a historian, researcher and author. He worked in education for 40 years and served in the National Reserve Corps for 25 years. Hans is a historian of No.II (Army Co-operation) Squadron RAF. Between 1980 and 2015, as a board member, he was involved in commemorating the Manna and Chowhound operations, the Allied food droppings of April and May 1945. Hans was a board member of various museums and was chairman of the Documentation Group ’40-’45. During his investigations, Hans was able to identify several missing British pilots who were buried unknown during the war. For his extensive work serving the Royal Air Force, he was awarded an MBE by the British Queen and a member of the Order of Orange-Nassau by Queen Beatrix. His hometown of Barendrecht distinguished him for his earnings with the Valuation Pin.
Since 1974, Hans has written more than 28 books about the Second World War. In 2021, “Journey to the Horizon” was published, a documentary book about the last five pilots who escaped to Spain the night before D-Day. He wrote part of that book with Brian Lissette, cousin of the fallen New Zealand pilot Warrant Officer Leslie Lissette
Several of his books are planned in 2022, including ‘A Winged Gunner’: the biography of Air Commodore Andrew Geddes, who played an important role in preparing the secret Black Lysander missions to occupied France and who was a planner of the 2nd Tactical Air Force from 1943 to 1946. In the Netherlands, Geddes is known as the preparer, negotiator and director of food droppings. That is why there is a road named after him in Rotterdam.
Brian Lissette (1941) is a veteran of the New Zealand Police. He worked as a policeman for over 30 years. He spent 20 years researching the history of his uncle Warrant Officer Leslie Lissette RNZAF. He was able to track down the relatives of the Lancasters ND530 and ND556 crews in Australia, Canada, England and New Zealand. In 2015, he visited the grave of his uncle Chaintreaux, France. In 2017, he came into contact with Hans Onderwater. Together, they decided to work on an updated English version of Hans’s book about the men who died, fled or were taken prisoner of war. Hans and his wife flew to New Zealand to meet and work with Brian. The English-language book “Journey to the Horizon” was published in 2021.
Yehudith Heymans-Gudema was born in Amsterdam. She survived the Holocaust. Her parents Jacob and Rebekka Gudema—van Amerongen and also her brother Benjamin Louis arrived in Westerbork transit camp on March 6, 1943. On March 10, 1943, they were deported to the Sobibor death camp in Poland. On March 13, 1943, immediately after arrival, they lived their last day on Earth and were killed in one of the Sobibor gas chambers.
Yehudith grew up as an orphan.
She decided to investigate her history. This would not only turn her everyday world upside down, but would also be the beginning of a long search into the past and ultimately finding a family that is still alive. Find answers to many questions.
This is how an autobiography (and an exciting diary that is still unfinished) called “Searching for Knowing” was published by Nedvision Publishing in 2021.
Peter Lion won an Emmy Award 7 times. He is a producer, director and author.
He was born and raised in Connecticut where he lives with his wife and their four rescue dogs.
His books receive great reviews and are widely read internationally.
In 2021, his book about American St. Nick was published by Nedvision Publishing. The Dutch translation is expected in the autumn of 2022. He also wrote another book about the Second World War. This is expected in mid-2022.
American St. Nick€ 20,99
A Winged Gunner – Hardcover€ 39,95
Arnhem 1944, een historische slag herzien – deel 1 (Dutch)
Arnhem 1944, een historische slag herzien – deel 2 (Dutch)€ 32,50
Journey to the Horizon€ 24,95
Zoeken naar Weten (Dutch)€ 19,95
ISO 9001:2015 gemakkelijk uitgelegd (Dutch)€ 29,00
Arnhem 1944:2 – De Verloren Overwinning (Dutch)€ 32,50
De Amerikaanse Sinterklaas (Dutch)€ 17,50
The Jewish Guards€ 22,95
A Winged Gunner – Paperback€ 27,99
Five Years Under Nazi Occupation: A World War II Memoir of Resilience and Survival in the Netherlands€ 19,99