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Klaas De Jonge interview transcript

Theme: The Movement is Very Big Now

Call Number: A04.02.1
Identifier: AL2460_A04.02.1
Title: Klaas De Jonge interview transcript
Date: December 1987
Subject: Non-racialism;
Julie Frederikse;
Klaas De Jonge;
The Unbreakable Thread
Description: This is a transcript of an interview with Klaas De Jonge, conducted by Julie Frederikse for her book 'The Unbreakable Thread: non-racialism in South Africa', published by Ravan Press, 1990. A Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement activist, Klaas de Jonge was arrested for Umkhonto we Sizwe activities in 1985. He spent two years holed up in the Dutch Embassy where he sought refuge after escaping Security Police. Born: 1937 in Groningen, Holland. Interviewed: 1987 in Arusha, Tanzania. Included in the SAHA online repository 'Tracing the unbreakable thread: non-racialism in South Africa today'
Creator: Interviewer: Julie Frederikse; Interviewee: Klaas De Jonge
Type: Transcript
Format: Access copy - PDF
Preservation copy - Tiff
Source: SAHA Collection AL2460
Language: English
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Julie Frederikse
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