Women’s concentration camp

Working for Philips (in Kamp Vught)

Collection former Stichting Film en Wetenschap


Number of persons: 2
Interviewer: Fred de Kok
Number of interviews: 7
Production date: 1982
Type of interview(s): scientific
Carrier: 6 audiotapes + 2 cassettes
Accessibility: limited
Transcription: none

The interviews with Tineke Wibaut (1922-1996, daughter-in-law of the well-known Amsterdam alderman Wibaut) and Ms Wijnalda focus on their experiences in the resistance movement during World War II and their subsequent internment in camp Vught and then in the Ravensbrück women’s concentration camp. They talk about the work they did for Philips in Vught and for the German electronics company Telefunken in Ravensbrück.


Interviewee(s): Mrs. V.E. Wibaut-Guilonard (4x), Mrs. Wijnalda (3x)

Subject: Second World War, resistance, camp Vught, Ravensbrück women’s concentration camp