The edition of Grotius' Briefwisseling completed H.3.M. Nellen The publication of the seventeenth and last volume in the series Briefwis- seling van Hugo Grotius marks the end of an enterprize which goes back to the years of the first World War. December 1916 saw the foundation of the Association for the edition of the works of Grotius ('Vereeniging tot de uit- gave van de werken van Grotius'). Under the chairmanship of the Leiden Professor Comelis van Vollenhoven, the Association gave vent to the convic- tion that the edition of Grotius' correspondence was to be given priority, because of the many details it contained on the realization of his works ('omdat daar de aanwijzingen te vinden zijn voor het tot stand komen van zijn werken'). The members of the Association, referred to in the introduc- tion to the first volume of the Briefwisseling as men of authority ('mannen van gezag'), even declared themselves willing to lend financial support and to yield a certain amount of money every year on behalf of the edition. With the aid of authorities like C. van Vollenhoven, E.A. van Beresteyn, A. Eekhof, W.J.M. van Eysinga and J. Huizinga, vol. I of the Briefwisseling van
Grotiana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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