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By J. C. Snellen van Vollenhoven, 2017

Summary

2017 IndieHerdenking2017On the occasion of the national commemoration on August 15th, 2017 of the capitulation of Japan in World War II, Joan Snellen van Vollenhoven has given an interview after invitation to NOS, the Dutch broadcasting company, about the Japanese occupation of Indonesia.

The interview was held on August 3rd, 2017 at Bronbeek, museum and knowledge center of the Colonial-military past of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Personal notes (in Dutch) in preparation for this interview were made by Joan Snellen van Vollenhoven and provided here in full version as download >>

 

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