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1 ANNUAL REPORT 1989 THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL HISTORY

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3 ANNUAL REPORT 1989

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5 ANNUAL REPORT 1989 THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL HISTORY

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7 CONTENTS 1. BOARD 7 2. PERSONNEL 9 A. Directors 9 B. General Services 10 C. Research Department 10 D. Publications Department 11 E. Collections Department 11 Training GENERAL MATTERS 15 Important developments and activities 15 Finances 17 Housing 17 Works Council GENERAL SERVICES RESEARCH AND OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 23 Research 23 Most Important Memberships of Councils, Committees and Editorial Boards 26 Lcctures and congresses 29 Participation in external congresses and foreign travel 32 Congresses, exhibitions and 'workshops organized by the IISG 33 Exhibitions and films made with the help of the IISG PUBLISHING 37 Academie publishing and editing by IISG staff 37 Professional publications and book reviews by IISG staff 40 Institute publications COLLECTIONS 47 Automation 47 Acquisitions and Subject Cataloguing 48 Library and Archives Technical Department 50 Preservation and Public Services LIST OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ACQUISITIONS 55 APPENDIX: INDEX TO ACQUISITIONS 70-5-

8 Tiananmen Square, Beijing; May 1989: erection of the 'Goddess of Democracy'. Photo: Irene Slegt (acquired in 1989).

9 1. BOARD In 1989 the combined board of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Institute IISG and the International Institute of Social History Foundation consisted of the following members: Professor Dr WJ. Wieringa (chair) Professor Dr P. de Wolff (chair) Professor Dr EJ. Fischer (secretary) Professor Dr D. van Arkel Professor Dr J.S. Cramer Drs J. van Heijst Professor Dr P.G.M. Hcsseling A. Hordijk Mr J.G.P. van der Hulst H. Janitschek Professor Dr P.M.M. Klep Professor Dr A.F. Manning Professor Dr P. von Oertzen Dr W.C. Pieterse W. Polak Professor Dr W.H. Roobol Professor Dr E. Scholliers Professor Dr J.H. van Stuijvenberg Professor Dr Th. van Tijn D. Visser The board met on 29 February, 20 June, 27 September and 21 December The meetings were attended by Professor Dr E.J. Fischer, Director, J. Kloosterman, Deputy Director, and Dr D. van der Mei or Drs C. Moen, on behalf of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, KNAW hereafter: the Academy). The staff of the Institute was represented by J.H.G. Staphorst and Drs L.C. van der Sluijs. 7-

10 Monument to the Martyrs of the Revolution, Tiananmen Square, Beijing; June Photo: Irene Slegt (acquired in 1989).

11 2. PERSONNEL The Institute lost two venerable members of staff in 1989, both of whom have been of great service. Professor Dr Fr. de Jong Edz. died on 15 August, having been head of the Netherlands-England-North America cabinet from 1947 to 1957 and Institute director from 1966 to Professor de Jong was actively involved in the rebuilding of the Institute after the war. The staff s legal position was regularized under his directorship, and he also supervized the move from the Keizersgracht to the Herengracht. His last work, Herinneringen van een rode jongen (A red lad's memoirs), was posthumously published by the IISG Management Foundation. A few months later, on 11 December, Dr B.M. Sapir died at the age of 88 after leading a very active life. In the pre-war period he headed the Eastern Europe section, and from 1967 he was again connected with the IISG as a senior researcher. His last publications concerned the correspondence of Fedor and Lydia Dan, friends of his who belonged to the Menshevik wing of Russian social democracy. Both these deaths resulted in lengthy and often affectionate obituaries in the press. J.G.A. Meijer-van der Vliet left on 1 March after reaching the pensionable age. She had been involved in the cataloguing of the IISG collections since Other who left were S. Manzolini (receptionist since 1987), M.H. Wichers Hoeth-Keip (secretariat since 1987) and C.M. Cheizoo (bindery since 1987). Ms Manzolini was replaced by A.E. Wank as of 1 November, Ms Keip by A.M.C. Woudstra as of 1 July. Dr E.J. Fischer was named Professor in the History of Business and Technology at the University of Nijmegen as of 1 August. From 1 November he was appointed part-time temporary director of the Amsterdam Historical Museum. In 1989 the staff consisted of the following persons: A. Directors Professor Dr E.J. Fischer, Director J.J.L.M. Kloosterman, Deputy Director MJ. Cornelissen, Secretary Staff Drs RJ. Drijver (until 21 February)* Drs AJ. Visser* Drs A.W.M. Wiarda -9-

12 B. General Services Drs H. Wals, Head Administration S.E. Foen A Foe, Accountant Y.M. Bakker Secretariat I. Blok (as of 1 August)* E.C.H. Heye A.M.C. Woudstra (as of 1 July) M.H. Wichers Hoeth-Keip (until 1 February) Technical Services J.H.G. Staphorst, Head R. Bernzen (from 1 September to 1 December)* G.M. Langedijk Internat Services M.H.H. Evers, Head M. de L. Bernardo-Dos Santos Rodrigues J.G. van der Laar S. Manzolini (until 1 May) S. Plazier* A.E. Wank (as of 15 August) C. Research Department Senior Research Fellows Dr M.C.Jansen (until 1 July)* Dr U. Langkau-Alex* Dr J.M.W.G. Lucassen* Dr A.J. Saich* Dr F. Tichelman Research Fellows Drs H.M. Becker* Drs D.E. Devreese Drs K.M. Hofmeester (until 1 October)* DrsJ.E.R.C. Rojahn Research Assistants J.A.W. Gielkens P.A. Lourens* N.W. Markus -10-

13 L.E.G. Schwidder K. Soenarjo** Bakunin Department Drs CL. Warmenhoven D. Publications Department Dr M.M. van der Linden, Head U.B.E. Balzer Drs A.W. Blok* F.G. Hilfman Drs L.M. IJsseling* E. Collections Department El: Research Services and Acquisition Drs M.A.H. Campfens T. Duijker-Commijs Drs R. de Jong Drs G.H.J. Langkau DrsJ.J. Quast (as of 1 August) Drs C.L. Rodenburg Drs L.J. van Rossum Drs O.Y. Silier (until 2 October)* Drs M. Schrevel Drs C.E. Wagenaar Drs M.H.B.B. Wolf (The Netherlands Press Museum)* ID-Archiv im IISG A. Diederich* W. Schindowski* Audio-Visual Information Project Drs HJ.M. Duijsings* Drs F. Groenendijk (as of 6 November)* Drs M.C.J. van der Heijden* Drs H.G. Vuurmans (as of 1 February)* Dr H.B.M. Wijfjes (as of 1 September)* E2: Access Services Drs E.M. Koen, Archivist G.J. Sierink, Head, Books and Serials, Automation -11-

14 A. Langedijk, Administrative Assistant Archive A.H. van der Horst, Assistant Archivist Drs A.J.M. Baks (until 1 June)* T.H. de Boer E.E. van Delden (as of 1 April until 1 July)* Drs S.M.M. Gabriëls (The Netherlands Press Museum)* DrsJ. Haag Drs B. Hijma* DrsJ.R. Hofman H.D. Hondius Drs R.A.M. Loontjens (until 1 February)* C. Smit Drs H.M. van Veen Drs H.G. Vuurmans (until 1 February)* Registration M. Bilgen* M.M. Bosch C. Dickhoff C. Faber S.L. Hazewinkel (The Netherlands Press Museum)* E. Jongert W.E. Maasland J.G.A. Meijer-van der Vliet (until 1 March) DJ. Mulder F.C. Pietersma (until 15 November)* Drs J.J. Quast (until 1 August) Drs E.H.J.L. de Ruijter* M.I. Schreiner J.S. Zwaan Special Projects U.B.E. Balzer, Head Drs A. Boiten (until 1 July)* Drs G.R. van der Ham R.A. van der Heide L.Y. Kist A. Kors* WJ. Vooren Exchange Bureau Drs L.C. van der Sluijs Project Chinese People's Movement, spring-summer 1989 Drs A.M.A. Lamboo (as of 1 December)* -12-

15 T. Li (as of 1 October)* E3: Public Services Drs H.A. Sanders, Head Information A.M.J. IJzermans Reading Room E.W. Molenaar T.A. Rolak W.C. Tijssen Drs MJ. van Vuuren (as of 1 December)** Conservation P.M. Manasse Bindery C.M. Cheizoo, Head (until 1 October) J.A.M. Drieman Storerooms A.G.M. Lambrechts, Head E. Kool M.W.M. Marcus (from 1 October to 1 December)* K. van Schaik Training As in previous years the Institute made it possible for part of its staff to follow a training course. Eleven members of staff used the study facilities regulations. Three took part in a languages course, three in a librarians course, two in an archivists course, two in a history course and one in a course in bookbinding. * Temporary appointments ** Volunteers - 13-

16 ». *- >»' Beijing, June 1989: graffiti written in blood. Photo: Irene Slegt (acquired in 1989). -14-

17 3. GENERAL MATTERS Important developments and activities In 1989 the Institute was able to reap many of the results of the harvest sown in the preceding years. For a start, the Institute moved to the rapidly changing Eastern Docks redevelopment area of Amsterdam, opposite the location where the memorable railway strike of 1903 started. The new home offered facilities the Institute had never known before: spacious, air-conditioned storerooms with movable racks, study cubicles and study group rooms, an exhibition floor as well as flexibly furnished meeting and congress halls, equipped with facilities for simultaneous translation. For the first time in more than half a century, it can be affirmed that the Institute is physically ready to carry out its work. Second, an earlier-expressed intention to house a number of important, related institutions under one roof has been fulfilled. The collections of the Nederlandsch Economisch-Historisch Archief (Netherlands Economie History Archive, NEHA), the Nederlands Persmuseum (Netherlands Press Museum, NPM) and the Audio-Visueel Archief (Audio-Visual Archives, AVA) of the Stichting Film en Wetenschap (Film and Science Foundation, SFW) were all transferred to the Cruquiusweg in the spring. Later they were joined by the Vakbondshistorische Vereniging (Trade Union History Society, VHV), which looked for and found temporarily for the moment a home in the Institute. This has resulted in a concentration of material in the field of socio-economic history that may be described as unique, in the quantitative as well as the qualitative sense. Third, this year saw the completion of the first phase of automating access to this collection. This project, originally conceived in , has in fact been given a broader scope than was foreseen. Virtually all the printed material of the IISG, NEHA and NPM has been made accessible through the online public catalogue within two years. The second stage, automating access and consultation of visual material, -was also started in Furthermore, in anticipation of the third stage, which will add the archive collections to the computer files, two extensive printed guides were published. These for the first time completely charted the IISG collections in this area. While each of these events should by itself be a source of satisfaction, the combined effect of the new housing, a fundamental enrichnient of the collections and the breakthrough in access facilities adds yet another dimension. At the former warehouse Koning Willem I an optimum infrastructure has now been made available to all serious researchers from Holland and abroad for the study of socio-economic history "in the broadest sense possible", as described by the statutory aims of the IISG and the NEHA. To complete this infrastructure the IISG carried through a number of internal changes, which gave General Services the scope it needed to organize congresses, exhibitions and suchlike, initiated from inside as well as outside the Institute. Furthermore, two publications informed a broad public of the possibilities of the new environment: Tracing the Past (written by Dr J. Lucassen), -15-

18 which summarizes the major activities, history, organizational structure and working methods of all of the institutes now brought together; and Moving Marx (written by the chief architect H. van Beek and J. Kloosterman), which tries to give the outsider some idea of the way in which the warehouse was adapted to conform to the demands made on it by an institution like the IISG. Demands which, it should be added, it does now meet. The numerous meetings held or planned at the Cruquiusweg show that the new arrangements answer a very real need. In the area of scientific research, in which the Institute follows a policy of maximum openness, a number of pleasing developments could also be noted. Besides the staff s own research the organization of research projects has gained an increasingly important place at the IISG. In this the comparative approach, a "natural" one for the Institute, is just as naturally leading to increasingly intensive forms of co-operation within and outside the Netherlands. The research started in 1987 on the "Determinants of the Development of Labour Movements ", in which historians of twenty-eight countries are participating, is being successfully continued and is now accompanied by a number of other international projects of comparable size. It was very inspiring to experience the recognition of this activity as partially expressed through a request to the IISG to initiate an international PhD and Fellowship programme. The new road foliowed since 1987 in the area of publications has also received positive acclaim in the profession. The number of monographs published in 1989 reached an unprecedented figure for the second consecutive year, while there was an impressive increase in the supply of high-quality articles for last year's volume of the International Review ofsocial History. The independent Dutch-Belgian editorial board for IISG publications and the international Advisory Board deserve praise for this development. A number of similar comments, finally, may be made about the collections. For the second consecutive year there was an enormous increase in the growth of archive material. Besides being combined with the NEHA and NPM holdings, the existing fund was enriched by the addition of a number of collections from the socio-cultural sector. Of these, the library of the Nationale Raad voor Maatschappelijk Welzijn (National Council of Social Welfare) deserves special mention. The Image & Sound Department, too, experienced a substantial expansion. Provisional agreement was also reached with the Library of the University of Amsterdam on the transfer to the IISG of the Social Movements section, also known as the "Provo archive". In all these cases the recognition by the outside world that the Institute in its new premises is a natural depot for all forms of socio-historical documentation, played a major role. Much of all this was made possible by the Ministry of Education and Sciences and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. For the purposes of renovation, moving and furnishing alone, the Ministry provided more than twenty million guilders over the last few years. The Academy, too, repeatedly met the financial requests of the IISG during this period. Without the support and dedication of both institutions many of the IISG's achievements would not have been possible. Nevertheless the IISG, especially, should be aware that money alone does not -16-

19 bring happiness. True, the rationalization that the Institute has experienced during the second half of the 'eighties has shaped a cadre without which the activities summarized above would have been unthinkable in the period given. But on the other hand all hidden energy reserves have been as good as expended by this operation, which makes it more difficult to appeal to the good will and traditional improvization talent of the Institute's staff. In this light the willingness of so many to do so much work under special circumstances can only be described as exceptional. If in these pages reference is made to the success of the IISG, it is in fact the efforts of its staff that should be spoken of. It is to them in the first place that the Board and Directors express their thanks. Among the year's disappointments, which naturally also occurred, was the impossibility of confirming the financing of the staff formation posts which had been determined in the past. The personnel budget has in the meantime run up a deficit of about ten percent on this item. No extensive report is needed here to show that this very real reduction of the number of personnel combined with a simultaneous and considerable growth of the Institute's activities must lead to an increase in the work load that cannot be maintained indefinitely. If this problem cannot be solved at least partially in the short term, the Institute will be forced to ignore a number of newly developed possibilities and to stop the provision of a number of existing services. Finances The fixed budget of the Institute amounted to ƒ 6,267,000 at the beginning of the year. Through the Academy it received ƒ 4,394,000 for personnel costs from the Ministry of Education and Sciences. As has already been pointed out this was not enough to fulfill the staff formation of Originally ƒ 1,773,000 were available for running costs; this amount was increased to ƒ 1,867,000 later in the year. ƒ 100,000 was available for investments. From the IISG Foundation the Institute also received subsidies amounting to ƒ 1,407,000. This amount was allocated to acquisitions If 292,000); automation of access to the portrait collection if 817,000); acquisitions and indexing of material on the events in China in the spring of 1989 if 95,000); purchase of special collections if 148,000); and the filming of archive material If 55,000). Through the IISG Foundation the Institute owes an indirect debt to the Ministry of Education and Sciences, the Royal Library, the Netherlands Office for Libraries and Information Services, De Centrale Verzekeringen NV, the Atran Foundation and the IISG Administrative Foundation for these contributions. Housing The reconstruction of the Koning Willem I warehouse was completed by the constructor, Heddes Bouw, in April, entirely according to plan. The building process, which took two years altogether, was controlled by a Steering Committee consisting of Dr P. van 't Klooster and Ir H.G. van de Woord on -17-

20 behalf of the Ministry of Education and Sciences, Dr D. van der Mei and F. Wedding on behalf of the Academy, Ing. W. Rodenhuis on behalf of Berenschot Osborne (Utrecht), the building consultants, and Professor Dr EJ. Fischer and J. Kloosterman on behalf of the IISG. From the last months of 1988 onwards a large part of the energy and time of many members of staff were expended on the third move of the Institute in twenty years, this time together with NEHA and NPM. The heaviest loads feil on the shoulders of J. Kloosterman and Drs H. Wals, who attended the meetings of the architect, contractor and sub-contractors on behalf of the Institute, as well as guiding the internal preparations for building, moving and installing. Other members of the Moving Co-ordination Group, chaired by Mr Wals, were M. Cornelissen, M. Evers, Drs E. Koen, P. Manasse, Drs H. Sanders, T. Sierink and H. Staphorst. The Institute was closed during March and April. The movement of periodicals was started as early as 15 February, foliowed by the books on 13 March, the archives on 3 April and the office inventory on 17 April. The NEHA was moved in the last week of March, the NPM in the second week of April. The new reading room at the Cruquiusweg was opened for visitors on 1 May. After an open day held on 25 May for IISG staff and their guests, business connections and friendly organizations were welcomed on 22 June. At the request of the personnel of Heddes Bouw, all those who had participated in the construction as well as their partners were given a guided tour of the building, on 26 August and 5 September respectively. The official opening took place on 18 September by Dr C.H. van Alderwegen, director of Research Institutes of the Ministry of Education and Sciences, replacing ex-minister Drs WJ. Deetman, who had just been appointed Speaker of the Lower House of the Dutch parliament. On behalf of the institutions which founded the IISG in 1935, Drs H.M. van der Kar, President of the Board of Directors of De Centrale Verzekeringen NV, and Ir J.W.M, van Rooij, chairman of the NEHA, unveiled a foundation stone representing the history of the Institute and its relationship with both founders. The Audio-Visual Archive was re-opened officially on 3 November by Mr B.S. Han, representing the Ministry of Education and Sciences; the Netherlands Press Museum on 14 December by Drs H. d'ancona, Minister of Welfare, Public Health and Culture. All through the year there was a lot of public interest in the building created by H. van Beek and H. van der Leeden of Atelier PRO (The Hague). It also received much acclaim: there were many complimentary articles in the dailies and specialist publications. The designers and foremen were rewarded at the end of the year with the "Concrete Prize 1989". The Institute owes a large debt of gratitude to the Ministry and the Academy, whose representatives in the Steering Committee besides the members mentioned above Ir L.A. Truiman and the unfortunately unexpectedly deceased Ing B. van Ruth should also be named here continually showed their interest and co-operation. The Province of North-Holland and Amsterdam Municipality have also been most helpful to the Institute during the building process. By way of the mayor Drs E. van Thijn and alderman Drs M. van der -18-

21 Vlis all those municipal civil servants who helped the Institute through the many administrative procedures should be thanked here. Besides the thanks owed to architects, advisors and contractors the Institute is also very indebted to Berenschot Osborne, and especially to its project manager Ing W.H. Rodenhuis, who in the last few years repeatedly proved to be of inestimable value. Works Council Until 15 November the Works Council consisted of H. Staphorst (chairman), C. Dickhoff (secretary), H. Hondius, E. Kool and Drs L. van der Sluijs. The last four withdrew as of 15 November. The Director and Works Council met on 18 January, 15 March, 24 May, 21 June, 12July, 6 September and 11 October. -19-

22 Evacuation of the "Vogelstruys', Amsterdam, occupied by squatters (1980). Photo: Han Singels (acquiredinl989). 20-

23 4. GENERAL SERVICES For two reasons a reorganization of the General Services department became necessary in the course of the year. Firstly, as the building on the Cruquiusweg is the property of the Academy, unlike the former premises which were rented, the IISG must now itself organize the exploitation and maintenance. Secondly, the new possibility of organizing congresses, workshops and other meetings resulted in a large increase in the department's workload. For this reason the Reproduction Section of the Collections Department was shifted to General Services and at the same time expanded with a staff post, which has for the moment been fulfilled provisionally. From now on this new section will serve as the Technical Service. Reception and the Restaurant became part of another new section, the Internal Service, Accountancy making up a third one. Because of the heavy -workload of the Directors, it was also decided at the end of the year to appoint M. Cornelissen, until then head of the Secretariat, staff secretary to the Directors and to add the Secretariat itself to General Services as a fourth section. Thus responsibility for the organization of congresses and other infrastructural tasks is now completely concentrated in a single department. Since the summer of 1989 there is a weekly meeting between the head of General Services and the leading staff of its sections. The congress halls were used extensively, not just by the IISG but also by the cohabitants of the building (NEHA, AVA, NPM, VHV) and other institutions. From 1 May onwards 47 meetings, receptions, congresses and other kinds of gatherings were taken care of. These activities resulted in a sharp increase of the number of telephone calls and the amount of mail. Daily turnover of the Restaurant almost doubled compared to As in 1988 part of the microfilming and the photographic work was done externally. The Technical Service produced microfilmshots, 8 duplicate films, 78 microfiches, 538 photographs, 398 negatives, 187 slides and 3847 reader-printer copies. The clear decrease compared to the previous year is entirely due to the period of closure and the extra work for the department brought about by the moving and building activities: as a result a larger amount of work than usual had to be done externally. On the other hand, as a result of the meetings organized in the building the number of photocopies made by the section increased from to Altogether copies were made in the Institute. -21-

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25 5. RESEARCH AND OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES Research Beside the progress made in the current projects, further initiatives towards a new policy, directed at international comparative research into labour history in the broadest sense of the word, were taken in The project "Determinants of the Development of Labour Movements, " (hereafter "Determinants" project) progressed steadily: publication of the first results is scheduled for The following initiatives were new ones: the history of the Chinese Communist Party (including a conference to be held injanuary 1990) co-ordinated by Dr A. Saich; the history of European social democracy during the First World War, in cooperation with Swedish and Danish sister organizations and partially fmanced by the Thyssen Foundation (FRG), co-ordinated for the IISG by DrsJ. Rojahn; the sources of the history of the Communist International , coordinated by DrsJ. Rojahn and Dr B. Bayerlein; the completion of the publication of the complete works of Michael Bakunin by international specialists, co-ordinated by Dr J. Lucassen; the organization of a congress on "Free and Unfree Labour" in 1991 by the International Review of Social History; the scientific co-ordination of a congress on "Labour and Society: National and International Dimensions " (International Forum on the Labour Movement and the Working Class) in co-operation with the Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli (Milan) and the Institute of International Labour Studies of the USSR (Academy of Sciences, Moscow), to be held in Moscow in 1991 and taken care of on behalf of the IISG by J. Kloosterman and Dr J. Lucassen; the organization of a congress on "Racism and the Labour Market", to be organized in 1992 together with the Association Historical Racism Studies in Leyden, co-ordinated by Dr R. Kloosterman and Dr J. Lucassen; the scientific co-ordination of a congress on the "Rise and Fall of Workers' Mutual Benefit Societies in a Comparative Perspective" in Paris in 1992, within the framework of the International Association of Labour History Institutions and together with the Fédération des Mutuelles de France, organized on behalf of the IISG byj. Kloosterman and Dr M. van der Linden. Research Committee The Research Committee consisted of Professor Dr WJ. Wieringa (chair), Professor Dr D. van Arkel, Professor Dr P. Hesseling, Professor Dr A.F. Manning, and Professor Dr Th. van Tijn. The Committee met once. -23-

26 Research staff Drs H. Becker finished his work on the manuscript of text-volume X of the Archives Bakounine (Bakunin in Switzerland ) and continued his work on the edition of Max Nettlau's Geschichte der Anarchie. Drs D.E. Devreese continued to work on her thesis on the birth and growth of the International Working Men's Association in Belgium. Drs K.M. Hofmeester completed the bibliography for the "Determinants" project. She also completed a book on Jewish workers and labour movements in London, Paris and Amsterdam from 1880 to Dr J. Lucassen continued his work on the source publication Hollandgdnger: Berichte der Reiseprediger as well as his study of migrant labour from Lippe-Detmold in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Besides this, he finished a book and two articles on the history of the IISG and of the Netherlands Economie History Archives. He was also involved in the coordination and preparation of research planning of the Institute, as well as in the supervision of PhD students and activities of the Netherlands Economie History Archives. Drs J. Rojahn worked on the introduction to his edition of the memoirs of Wilhelm Dittmann. During the moving of the IISG premises he was in Warsaw writing his contribution on Poland for the "Determinants" project. Together with Dr M. van der Linden he edited the 28 contributions to this work and wrote the introduction. Together with T. Schelz and H.-J. Steinberg he edited a collection of essays on Karl Kautsky. He revised papers on "NationalbewuBtsein, Verteidigungsbereitschaft und Antimilitarismus", "Arbeiterbewegung und Kriegsbegeisterung" and "Karl Kautsky im 1. Weltkrieg" for publication. He also co-ordinated preparations for the "Stockholm" and Comintern-projects mentioned above. Dr A. J. Saich devoted much of his attention to China in the 1980s, especially to the 1989 spring movement. He visited Beijing on an official visit on behalf of the IISG in May-June Although he was unable to carry out the work planned, this did lead to the acquisition of the collection "Chinese People's Movement, spring-summer 1989", consisting of materials relating to the events in Tien'anmen Square, Beijing and protests in other cities. In connection with this he did regular script-writing for the BBC External Services Section on Asian affairs, gave regular interviews for the BBC World Service on recent developments in Asia, regular interviews and script-writing for the Radio Nederland Wereldomroep, the NOS, the AVRO and the KRO, the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation and BBC radio and television on developments in China. He also prepared a congress, to be held in January His further research focused on a Documentary History of Chinese Communism in the pre period, a project in co-operation with the Fairbank Center, Harvard University. Dr Saich is the principal co-ordinator of this project, which is financed by Harvard and the NEH Foundation and will run for approximately threeyears ( ). Dr F. Tichelman wrote a provisional introduction for the publication of sources Correspondentie H. Roland-Holst - Henk Sneevliet and completed the manu- -24-

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