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New Guinea policy

Stichting Film en Wetenschap
Time period: 1961-1962
Number of interviews: 5
Accessibility: for research purposes
Transcripts: none
Period of interviews: March 1983

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Medium: 2 audio tapes

The interviews were held for Leo Kaan’s doctoral thesis on the attitude of the ARP towards the New Guinea issue in 1961-62. The interviewees were ARP-politicians at that time or otherwise affiliated with the ARP, like Prof. Verkuyl. Mrs. Vellema is the daughter of the ARP-politician Bruins Slot, who died in 1972. Under his influence, the ARP-fraction advocated a direct transfer of New Guinea to Indonesia in 1961.


Interviewee(s): Mr. W. Aantjes, Mr. W.F. de Gaay Fortman, G.A. Kieft, Mrs. Vellema-Bruins Slot, prof. J. Verkuyl


Article by L.A. Kaan in Christen Democratische Verkenningen 3/84