Golden Fields is a story of adventure, love, and war. The setting will take you from Southern Africa to Flanders in the period between the Boer War and WWI.
About the Author
Klavs Skovsholm was born in February, 1963 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has a twin sister and two elder brothers.
In 1988 he graduated with a Master’s in Law from the University of Copenhagen. He is specialized in various international legal fields, including European Union Law. From 1989 to 1993, he worked with legal translation at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg. Then, in 1993, he moved to Belgium to work as an administrator with the Council of the European Union, which is where he is still working. He is a specialist in the European Union’s bilateral fisheries agreements with African countries.
He has travelled extensively in Africa, both privately and professionally, and he has a special long-standing interest in colonial history. He enjoys outdoor sports and engages regularly in hiking and rowing.
Golden Fields is Skovsholm’s first book, but he has published articles relating to various aspects of the history of South African Constitutional Law in an international law magazine.