Bob Driebeek

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'''Bob Driebeek''' (1922-2002) was a semi-professional magician and employee of a major freight shipping and forwarding company in Rotterdam.
  
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Driebeek was a 1953 winner of the Dutch Grand Prix and noted for "Tosheroon", the "Driebeek Die" and the "Necktie Servante".
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He was a friend to many European magicians, including [[Fred Kaps]].
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He was a contributor to [[Abracadabra]] and [[The Gen]].
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He lived some years in Wuppertal, Germany and was honorary member of Magischen Zirkels Wuppertal.
 
==Books==
 
==Books==
 
* Aenigmas Rätsel (1996)
 
* Aenigmas Rätsel (1996)

Revision as of 14:58, 8 February 2013

Bob (Aenigma) Driebeek
BornRobert Alfred Maria Driebeek
February 8, 1922
Rotterdam, Netherlands
DiedAugust 7, 2002 (age 80)
Emmeloord, Netherlands
NationalityDutch

Bob Driebeek (1922-2002) was a semi-professional magician and employee of a major freight shipping and forwarding company in Rotterdam.

Driebeek was a 1953 winner of the Dutch Grand Prix and noted for "Tosheroon", the "Driebeek Die" and the "Necktie Servante".

He was a friend to many European magicians, including Fred Kaps.

He was a contributor to Abracadabra and The Gen.

He lived some years in Wuppertal, Germany and was honorary member of Magischen Zirkels Wuppertal.

Books

  • Aenigmas Rätsel (1996)

References

  • Wittus Witts magischewelt, Vol. 51, No. 5, October 2002, Bob Driebeek verstorben, page 626
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 82, No. 10, October 2002, Broken Wand, ROBERT A.M. DRIEBEEK, page 128
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 82, No. 11. November 2002, Bob (Robert Alfred Marie) Driebeek, a.k.a. "Aenigma", died at 80, by Flip Hallema, page 61
  • http://www.mz-wtal.de/historisch.htm, Historischer Rückblick zu unserem 40. Geburtstag im Jahr 1998


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