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Museum Maluku interview project

Moluccan residence Villa Elzenpasch

Moluks Historisch Museum (het huidige Museum Maluku)
 
Time period: 1930-2008
Number of interviews: 10
Accessibility: restricted public
Transcripts: no
Period of interviews: 2002-2008

Remarks:

Database/inventory: List of names of interviewees available
Sound carrier: DV tapes converted to digital video files (AVI)

 

The interviews can be listened to by appointment at Museum Maluku, located in Museum Sophiahof. (Requests) can be sent to: collectie@museum-maluku.nl.

 

Moluccans in the Netherlands

The interview project was conducted as part of the presentation and disclosure of collections. The purpose of the interviews was to capture stories for the renewed permanent exhibition starting in 2008.

 

The interviews focus on events and experiences in the years 1930 – 2008.
They mainly discuss the Netherlands, Indonesia and the Moluccas. Themes include KNIL, military police, residential areas Zeeland, residential area Elzenpasch, women’s emancipation, Moluccan church, management of residential areas.

 

Interviewers: Jeanny Vreeswijk-Manusiwa and Nanneke Wigard.

XPATS

Woonoord Lunetten, Vugt - 1984
Moluks Historisch Museum (het huidige Museum Maluku)
 
Time period: 1950-1989
Number of interviews: 7
Accessibility: restricted public
Transcripts: yes
Period of interviews: 2005
Remarks:

Transcripts can be viewed by appointment at Museum Maluku, located in Museum Sophiahof. (Inquiries) can be sent to: collectie@museum-maluku.nl.

 

The DAT tapes are managed by Imagine IC

 

Interview project in collaboration with Imagine IC with former residents residential resorts: Lunetten, Woerden, IJsseloord (Cappelle aan de IJssel), Op de loop (Echt), Wyldemerck (Balk)

 

The interviews were conducted with the aim of collecting stories about daily life in a number of residential areas to be processed into a website with photographic material from existing collections. On this website the stories of eleven people of the first and second generation emerged, including Catholic Moluccans, Muslim Moluccans and Protestant Moluccans. How did they experience their arrival in the Netherlands?
What was life like in the settlements and how do they look back on it now? This website is no longer
on the air anymore.

 

It mainly talks about the Netherlands, Vught, Woerden, Capelle a/d IJssel, Harich, Balk.
Themes include residential area Lunetten, residential area IJsseloord, residential area Op de Loop, residential area Wyldemerck, Catholic Moluccans, politics, Muslim Moluccans, Protestant Moluccans, emancipation, help victims of civil war.

Moluccans in the Netherlands various

Moluks Historisch Museum (currently Museum Maluku)
 
Time period: 1930-2006
Number of interviews: 6
Accessibility: restricted public
Period of interviews: 1990, 2001-2006
Remarks:

Archive numbers: AVD0207 through AVD0212

The interviews are not yet unlocked. The interviews are
available to listen to by appointment at Museum Maluku, located in Museum Sophiahof. The AVD issues can be listened to digitally. (Questions and requests can be sent to: collectie@museum-maluku.nl

Medium: Minidiscs converted to digital audio files (WAV)
 

Museum Maluku has several interviews in its collection collected for various reasons.
The interviews discuss events and experiences in the years 1930 – 2006.
They are mainly about the Netherlands, Groningen and Indonesia, the Moluccas. Themes include camp elders, Carel Coenraadpolder (CC polder), Commission Rechtspositie Ambonese Militairen en Schepelingen (CRAMS), Dutch Royal Navy.