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SDAP 1940-46

Collection former Stichting Film en Wetenschap
Time period: 1940-1946
Number of interviews: 23 (22 interviewed)
Accessibility: Restricted
Transcripts: None
Period of interviews: 1988 - 1996

The collection has not yet been digitized and therefore cannot be viewed directly at Sound & Vision. Digitization can, however, be requested from Sound & Vision via:

Medium: 2 sound tapes + 37 cassette tapes

The interviewees are former SDAP members who talk about Dutch social democracy at the time of the German occupation and the transition from the SDAP to the PvdA in 1946. A few also talk about their own political development, such as Klinkenberg from his membership in the NJN (Dutch Youth Union for Nature Study), through the SDAP to the radical left since the Indonesia issue in 1947 and the PvdA’s stance on this. Paul Denekamp conducted the interviews for his intended dissertation (UvA) on this subject. Earlier he wrote, among other things, Van SDAP naar PvdA. How big was the loss?, Amsterdam (doctoral thesis political science, UvA), 1982.


Interviewee(s):H.J. Baarscher, Hans Bovenkerk, C. Buurman and Mrs. Buurman-Broekma (2x), Jo de la Court, Joop van der Ent (2x), M. van der Goes van Naters, Toon Herfst, Wim Klinkenberg, Lena Lopez Dias, Chris Meyer, Ad van Moock, Dick van Onselder, Gosse Oosterbaan, Simon Pille, J. le Poole, Wim Rengelink, Johan Scheps, Kees Sikma, Piet Tjeertes, J.B. Vlam, Tiny Vogt