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1 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE ^ ^ P ANNUAL REPORT 1973 SOCIAL HISTORY AMSTERDAM

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3 Vncj International Institute of Social History founded in 1935 Annual Report 1973 Printed in The Netherlands by Van Gorcum, Assen

4 Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis Herengracht , Amsterdam (Holland) tel

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7 Contents A. PERSONNEL 7 1. The Board 7 2. The Management 8 3. TheStaff 8 B. REPORT BY THE MANAGEMENT Accommodation 5. Pensions 7. Internal organization; the procedure of decisionmaking 6. Interuniversity institute 8. Finances 9. Acquisitions C. LIBRARY AND ARCHTVES Library general Cataloguing Archives Bookbinding and reproduction Library and exhibitions 17 D. RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC WORK Individual scientific work of staffmembers, research programmes, preparation of own pubhcations Pubhcations in cooperation with others International Review of Social History Pubhcations 22 E. INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS 24 ANNEXES 27 I. List of current periodicals received 29 II. Archives and collections received 30 III. Subjects studied 39 IV. Country of origin of foreign visitors 44 V. List of pubhcations 45

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9 A. PERSONNEL 1. The Board As at December 31, 1973, the board of the Institute consisted of the following members: Prof. dr. P. de Wolff, Heemstede, Chairman, representing 'De Centrale' Life Insurance Bank, The Hague Prof. dr. Fr. de Jong Edz., Amsterdam, Secretary Prof. dr. D. van Arkel, NoordwijkaanZee, representing the Minister of Education and Science, The Hague Sir Isaiah Berlin Oxford, England Prof. dr. G. Eckert, (f) Braunschweig, Germany Prof. dr. Fr. van Heek, Markelo, representing the Royal Netherlands' Academy of Science, Amsterdam Prof. dr. A. F. Manning, Nijmegen Prof. dr. J. H. van Stuijvenberg, Bussum, representing the Netherlands' EconomicHistorical Archives, The Hague Prof. dr. Th. van Tijn, Utrecht Drs. R. van der Velde, Amsterdam, representing the city of Amsterdam Mr. C. van der Waerden, Amsterdam, representing 'De Centrale' Life Insurance Bank, The Hague Prof. dr. W. J. Wieringa, Amsterdam Prof. dr. S. van der Woude, Amsterdam, representing the Minister of Education and Science, The Hague The Board met on May llth and November 16th. Chief subjects of the discussion were the financial situation, especially the drastic cuts in expenses necessitated by a cutback in government spending for education and science, the pensions for retired staff members, for which a compromise was reached (see p. 11), the legal status of the Institute (see p. 11) and the problems resulting from insufficiënt space for staff and material. 7

10 Two members of the Board, prof. dr. W. F. de Gaay Fortman and dr. M. Ruppert retired because of their appointment to high official positions. The Board expresses its sincere gratitude to these former members for their activities to the benefit of the Institute and for their excellent counsel. At the meeting of November 16 the Board decided to appoint three successors, who as professors of social history at different universities in the Netherlands will strengthen the links between the Institute and the universities. They are prof. dr. A. F. Manning (Katholieke Universiteit, Nijmegen), prof. dr. Th. van Tijn (Rijksuniversiteit, Utrecht), and prof. dr. W. J. Wieringa (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam), who have accepted the appointments in the meantime. 2. The Management In 1973 the general and scientific management was carried on by prof. dr. Fr. de Jong Edz., assisted by mr. Ch. B. Timmer as deputy director, who was especially charged with the care of the Institute's publications. 3. The Staff Ms. Hunink decided to retire as librarian as from January lst, The Board thanks her for her enthusiasm, diligence and devotion during the 17 years she was in charge of the library and hopes she will devote her energy to other work in the Institute in the future. On April 24th ms. dr. M. KirczTakacs, former collaborator of the Institute, died. To a very high age she worked on the classification of the Institute's couection of books, in particular those concerning the social history of Italy and Hungary. The Institute owes very much to her great capabilities. On the last day of the year under report the staff was made up as follows: Department for Africa, Asia, Australia: F. Tichelman, scientific collaborator Ms. A. HammelburgVan Drunen, scientific assistant Department for Anarchism; Spain, Portugal, Latin R. de Jong, scientific collaborator Ms. T. DuijkerCommijs, scientific assistant Department Archives Bakounine: A. Lehning, scientific collaborator Ms. E. de Graaf, scientific assistant J. Kloosterman, scientific assistant Ms. E. M. van Daele, secretary Department for Central Europe: H.P. Harstick, scientific collaborator G. Langkau, scientific collaborator 8 America:

11 G. R. van der Ham, scientific assistant Ms. E. R. PhilippiLoewenstein, scientific assistant Classified Catalogue: Ms. C. M. M. S. Jetten, scientific collaborator A. W. M. Wiarda, scientific collaborator Department for Eastern and Northern Europe: L. J. van Rossum, scientific collaborator B. Sapir, scientific collaborator A. Smirnov, scientific assistant C. A. Spijker, scientific assistant Ms. C. E. Wagenaar, scientific assistant Department for France, Jtaly, Israël: T. Haan, scientific collaborator Department for Great Britain, Ireland, North America: Ms. M. W. H. Schreuder, scientific collaborator Department for Iconography: W. H. van der Linden, scientific collaborator Department for International Organizations and General Subjects J. R. van der Leeuw, scientific collaborator L. E. G. Schwidder, scientific assistant International Review of Social History: F. Kool, scientific collaborator A. V. N. van Woerden, scientific collaborator Ms. F. G. BrinkmanHilfman, secretary Ms. M. P. H. van Giersbergen, secretary Department for the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg: Ms. M. A. H. Campfens, scientific collaborator Ms. J. M. Welcker, scientific collaborator H. D. Hondius, scientific assistant Archives: Ms. H. P. Huizenga Administrator: W. Veen Librarian: Ms. M. Hunink Acquisition: Ms. J. A. Hagedorn Ms. S. A. Roos Cataloguing department: Ms. E. Jongert Ms. L. Y. Kist Ms. J. G. A. MeijerVan der Vliet Ms. Y. T. N. S. Oe C. Ploeg Ms. W. J. RietveldThobe Ms. M. T. RutteDe Boer Ms. H. A. van der SlootenAbbas 9

12 W. J. Vooren Ms. J. H. de VriesWiersum Reading room: Ms. M. J. Schreiner Ms. A. M. J. IJzermans Store rooms: A. Beekhof H. J. Buisman J. B. Hendriks A. E. Runs Bookbinding and restoration J. Halsema Reproduction department: W. Veen P. Besselsen A. G. M. Lambrechts O. J. Salemon Secretaries: Ms. H. M. van Nederveen Ms. E. J. Jellese Ms. T. RolDavids Telephone operator: Ms. E. H. J. Moerdijk department: Conciërge; canteenservice; maintenance: Ms. F. GriffioenVan der Eeden G. B. van Rooy F. Secci D. Sinselmeyer Ms. B. de VriesTijssen On December 31, 1973, the number of employees was 67 (62 in 1972), subdivided as follows: in leading and coordinating positions: 4 the scientific staff: 28 in the library and store rooms: 20 in secretarial functions: 6 in technical and maintenance functions: 9 B. REPORT BY THE MANAGEMENT 4. Accommodation In the course of the year it became clear that the collections increased at a much greater rate than had been anticipated, with the result that the possibilities for further storage of books and periodicals will soon be completely exhausted. The lack of space in the present localities further limits the possibility to attract new staff members, all the workingrooms in the building being fully occupied. For this reason a committee was established to draw up a report containing both short term and long term expectations of the growth of the collections, the increasing demands made by a growing number of visitors 10

13 and the need for more space for personnel, with the idea in mind that future talks about expansion should be supported by hard facts and figures. Only with this report in hand further steps can be taken to secure the premises adjoining the Institute that under the agreement with the University of Amsterdam and the Government were destined to be taken over gradually by the Institute. As from January lst, 1973 a new storeroom could be used, providing some 655 running meters of shelves. In connection with the shortage of officerooms, valuable storage space on the 5th floor had to be withdrawn from its proper destination and to be fitted up as offices. 5. Pensions A solution was reached for the problem of the pensions for staffmembers over the years before Both the Ministry of Education and Science and the University of Amsterdam objected to the creation of a pension fund to be managed by the Institute itself, so insurance policies were contracted with 'PensioenRisico' at Apeldoorn. For this transaction a total sum of fl was used. Although on the one hand there is reason for satisfaction that in this way greater security for the employees of the Institute is ensured, on the other hand it is to be regretted that this entailed a lower amount of the pension benefit allotted to those still working at the Institute by the end of There remains one problem to be solved in cooperation with the Ministry and the University of Amsterdam, i.e. that of a readjustment of pension benefits in connection with the steadily rising rate of inflation. 6. Interuniversity institute Consultations with the University of Amsterdam have not yet led to a final draft of the 'general rules' on the basis of which other universities are to decide, if they want to take part in an interuniversity institute covering the IISG. This is partly due to the special views on internal democracy, which the University wants to incorporate in these rules. 7. Internal organization; the procedure of decisionmaking The Institute's Council, established in 1972, has developed into an important body, which met regularly once a month. After the elections held on 2 May it consisted of: J. Halsema (later succeeded by H. J. Buisman), R. de Jong (chairman), ms. L. Y. Kist, ms. M. W. H. Schreuder (secretary), L. E. G. Schwidder, C. A. Spijker and W. J. Vooren, and the four ex officio members: the director, the deputy director, the librarian and the administrator. The Council discussed all points of interest for the running of the Institute. It sent two representatives to each of the meetings of the Board. An important part of the work was delegated to committees appointed 11

14 by the Council to deal with specific problems, e.g. the library, pensions, space and archives. The committees advise the Institute's Council, or prepare reports to be used in discussions with outside bodies. 8. Finances Once again, the Institute was faced with considerable cuts in the amounts budgetted. Since the height of many items on the budget is fixed by external circumstances and cannot be influenced by the Institute at will, the amounts allotted for the acquisition of books, archives, periodicals, etc, for bookbinding and restoring and for the preparation of publications were the ones to suffer most from financial squeezes. The extent to which this has been the case threatens to impede the activities of the Institute in an essential way. In order to work out an acceptable solution of this serious problem, it was decided, also upon advice of the University of Amsterdam, to get in direct touch with the Mftiistry of Education and Science in The Hague, which subsidizes the Institute. An exchange of ideas both with officials of the University and of the Ministry took place in March and April. Thus direct contacts with the Ministry were established, opening the way for further negotiations. An additional fmancial drawback is the fact that the Telephone Company in Amsterdam notified the Institute that its exchange is no longer up to Standard and will be put out of operation in 1974, so that an extra amount of about ƒ will have to be found in the near future. The Board and Management of the Institute are grateful to the fouowing authorities, institutions and organizations for their subsidies and financial support, which have enabled the Institute to continue its work: The Ministry of Education and Science, The Hague, for the subsidy granted in 1973 and the University of Amsterdam, for being the intermediary through whom these funds were allocated; The Atran Foundation, New York, for its contribution of $ 5000 for the continuation of dr. Sapir's work on the further volumes of the 'Russian Series on Social History'; The Institut für Sozialgeschichte, Braunschweig, for a further grant for the publication of Wilhelm Liebknecht, Briefwechsel mit deutschen Sozialdemokraten; The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn, for a contribution towards the publication of S. Na'aman, Die Konstituierung der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung 1862/63; The Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Pure Research (ZWO), The Hague, for its continued financial support of the work on the 'Archives Bakounine' by mr. A. Lehning and his assistants, that of dr. B. Sapir on the edition of the 'Russian Series on Social History' and that of prof. dr. B. Sijes on the publication of documents by Anton Pannekoek; The 'Centrale' Life Insurance Bank, The Hague, for its 12

15 traditional contribution to the Foundation for the Management of Materials in the Field of Social History; Prof. Paul Avrich and an anonymous benefactor, who gave $ 50, and f 50, respectively in response to the Appeal to private persons, made in the Annual Report of Acquisitions In 1973 the Institute again received many important and valuable documents. The Institute is indebted to all those who helped to enrich its collections. Some of these gifts are described below to give an impression of the variety of material acquired. A complete list is given in annex II (pp. 3039). a. Archival material Dr. Karl Kautsky jr. presented the correspondence between Karl and Luise Kautsky from the years , about 100 letters covering some 600 written pages. So far, this is the most significant addition to Karl Kautsky's archives and the Institute greatly values the continuous cooperation of dr. Karl Kautsky jr. in completing his father's archives. The Department for the Netherlands obtained many valuable additions to large archives already in the Institute, e.g. those of the Nederlands Verbond van Vakverenigingen (Dutch TUC) and the Partij van de Arbeid (Dutch Labour Party). Because so little has been preserved from the middle of the nineteenth century, the archives of the Nederlandse Vereniging tot Afschaffing van Alcoholhoudende Dranken, Afdeling Haarlem (the Dutch society for the abolition of alcohol, Haarlem branch), which was established in 1843, are of special interest. The Department for Central Europe acquired the archives of the German left wing socialist Willy Huhn ( ). The Department for Anarchism received the greater part of the important archives of the Italian militant anarchist Hugo Rolland. Mr. J. P. Maury gave a fine collection of material about the student movement in Montpellier in the 1960's. b. Books and periodicals The widow of the libertarian collector J. Louzara (R. Lone) gave the Institute an extensive collection of Spanish and Latin American periodicals and books from the period gathered by her late husband. Mr. Rob van 't Hoff gave a number of rare editions of works by William Thompson ( ) in a specially made wooden bookbox, as well as a number of letters and printed documents about the life and work of this 'ricardian' socialist, follower of Robert Owen and precursor of cooperative and libertarian socialism. The most extensive acquisition in 1973 was the library of the Wiardi Beekman Stichting (research institute of the Dutch Labour Party), given by this foundation. Somewhat smaller, but as interesting in its field, is the library of the Nederlandse Vegetariërsbond. A large amount of material concerning the 13

16 international trade union movement was acquired through the intermediary of mr. J. G. van Wouwe. c. Pamphlets, posters, etc. The widow of mr. C. A. M. Diepenhorst, formerly hon. secretary of the Federatie Den Haag van de SociaalDemocratische Arbeiders Partij (Social Democratie Labour Party) and member of the Hague city council on behalf of this party and the Partij van de Arbeid (Dutch Labour Party) gave the Institute a large collection of photographs. Dr. W. Drees gave the Institute permission to reproduce a considerable number of photographs in his possession. C. LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES 10. Library general When ms. Hunink resigned as the librarian the library committee drew up a survey of the way in which the library functions, of the size and variety of its collections and the activities of its staff in order to provide a guide for her successor. The register, mentioned under 11, provided a number of so far unknown figures about the amount of books and pamphlets the Institute receives per annum. This proved to be considerably more than had been assumed: 12,900 titles in 1973, among which 581 new books sent as review copies to the International Review of Social History (1972: about 400); 2457 new books bought (1971: 2650, 1972: 1635 owing to a subsidy squeeze); 279 bought secondhand (1972: 159); the remaining 9583 titles were gifts of both new and old material. The Institute received 1899 current periodicals (1972: 1785). See also annex I (p. 29). The number of visitors remained large: 7832 (1972: 7864). At the end of 1973 mr. R. F. Spoor was appointed as librarian as from 1 January Cataloguing a. Books and pamphlets After a trial period of two months in 1972 it was decided to keep a register from 1 January In this all books and pamphlets that reach the library are entered in the order of their arrival, stating the source of acquisition (review copy, purchase, gift). A process slip is put in the book on which the dates of arrival, classification, cataloguing and filing of the cards in the catalogues are entered. This administration, though timeconsuming, has the advantage that it gives a good survey of the number of titles received and the processing capacity of various departments of the library. Of the titles entered in the register were classified (1972: about ). One third of these, 4398 items, was catalogued, in 14

17 cluding 1245 titles in slavic languages (1972: about 1200). Mr. V. Kahan completed his work on the cataloguing of the collection Czechoslovakia. It is clear that the department for cataloguing books and pamphlets is in urgent need of expansion, in order to be able to keep the catalogues of the library up to date. b. Periodicals The preparatory work for the alphabetical catalogue of newspapers and periodicals, to be published by Messrs. G. K. Hall & Co., Boston, Mass., made some progress. The new catalogue of the German periodicals from before 1945 (some 5200 titles) was completed, with the exception of the microfilms. Ms. Hunink catalogued a collection of German and Austrian periodicals from the period , published abroad or illegally, which is undoubtedly the finest of its kind in the world. A beginning was made with the cataloguing of the Dutch collection from before c. Classified catalogue For the time being this department is responsible for the register. It is hoped that in due course this administrative job will be taken over by a specially appointed person, so that the staffmembers of the department 'classified catalogue' can concentrate on their own work. In 1973 only the incoming titles could be classified, while there was no time for improvements of the old system or drawingup new systems for unclassified collections like that of Latin America. 12. Archives a. General During 1973 a separate department for the management of the archives was established, the realization of a plan made several years ago. As from May 1, ms. H. P. Huizenga was appointed as clerk in charge of all matters connected with the consultation of archives. At the end of the year ms. E. M. Koen was appointed as archivist of the Institute as from February 1, b. Arrangement of archives Africa, Asia and Australia A beginning was made with the provisional arrangement of the archives of the Chinese Vereniging Chung Hwa Hui. Anarchism, Spain, Portugal and Latin America A definite index of the archives of Clara Meyer Wichman is in process of being drawn up. 15

18 Central Europe The arrangement of the archive of Roman Rosdolsky was completed, a beginning was made with the arrangement of the archive of Gustav Mayer. Mr. G. Langkau went to Berlin and arranged the archive of Willy Huhn provisionally, at the same time packing it for shipment to Amsterdam. The definite arrangement and indexing of the archive of Karl Korsch was begun. Together with the department for International Organizations the department for Central Europe cooperated with various institutions in Western Germany, i.a. with the Bundesarchiv Koblenz, in establishing the 'Dokumentation zur Emigration ', which aims to register the contents of archival sources on the German emigration of this period. Eastern Europe An index was made to those parts of the Narodniki archives that have been arranged previously. Great Britain, Ir eland, North America The collection Garvy was provisionally arranged. From time to time further material is received from mr. Garvy. The collection consists of cyclostyled documents of the American radical movement, mainly of the Students for a Democratie Society, both on a local and on a national level. The arrangement of the Pankhurst papers was continued. This will probably be completed in International Organizations Mr. J. R. van der Leeuw arranged several smaller collections in connection with requests made by visitors: the Asian Regional Organization of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, the World Festivals of Youth and Students, the League against Imperialism, the World Union of Freethinkers and a number of collections about organizations like UNO, FAO, the EEC etc. Mr. L. E. G. Schwidder took over the management of the archives of the Miners' International Federation and inserted additions concerning the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions into the existing collection. He arranged part of the archives of the International Student Conference. The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg The arrangement of the archives of the SDAP (Social Democratie Party) proceeded. Additional files from the years were arranged and added to the parts already indexed. Subject files for the years were almost completed, viz. those on Congresses , Press , Propaganda , Various political problems , Suffrage , Strikes , Socialist and Labour International , Parties in other countries

19 The archives of several organizations connected with the SDAP were also arranged: Het Nederlands Comité voor Algemeen Kiesrecht (Dutch committee for adult suffrage) , including the Groningen branch; Het Comité van actie voor het volkspetitionnement voor algemeen kiesrecht (Action committee for the national petition for adult suffrage); the archives of the Sociaaldemocratische Onderwijzersvereniging (Social democratie Teachers' Association). Because the archives of the SDAP are among the most frequently used collections, in spite of their not yet being completely indexed, much time has to be spent on looking up documents for visitors. 13. Bookbinding and reproduction a. bookbinding department The results of this department in figures are: books bound 34 (1972: 146) periodicals bound 23 (1972: 35) books sewn 526 (1972: 613) books and documents restored 3368 (1972: 697) Bound outside: books (1972: 134) periodicals 32 (1972: 50) b. reproduction department The results of this department are: Microfilms (number of shots) (1972: ) Photographs (glossy photographs, negatives, coloured slides) (1972: 645) photostats and xeroxcopies (1972: ) 14. Library and exhibitions a. Library The following figures give an impression of the interest in the Institute's collections: books consulted in the reading room (1972: ) books borrowed (1972: 1.584) periodicals consulted in the reading room (1972: 3.885) number of visitors (1972: 7.864) enquiries for books through the National Central Catalogue: (1972: 1.670) number of visitors to the F. Domela Nieuwenhuis Museum 216 (1972: 172) b. Group visits Dr. F. van Puijenbroek with a group of his students at the University of Tilburg and dr. G. van Roon with a group of his students at the Free University of Amsterdam visited the 17

20 Institute for an introduction into its resources for historical research. These groups, as well as a group of students at the Teacher training college of Meppel, were shown round the exhibition and some of the storerooms and given an introductory address by ms. Welcker, mr. van der Leeuw and prof. de Jong respectively. In February a group of 25 historians of the University of Bremen paid a visit of several days. Under the leadership of prof. H. J. Steinberg and in close cooperation with the Department for Central Europe they carried out a research programme with the aim of teaching the students how to work with archival material. c. Exhibitions The iconography department furnished material for a number of exhibitions at the Kargadoor in Utrecht about various aspects of the labour movement. Subjects were: 'Spain', 'Society and the University', 'The Labour movement in the last 70 years, ' and 'the trade union movement'. R. de Jong gave advice for the exhibition on 'F. Domela Nieuwenhuis'. The Institute furnished material for two exhibitions on the war in Vietnam, organized by the ASVA (Amsterdam student union). Material was also provided for the demonstrative meeting on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the action group ManVrouwMaatschappij (Manwomansociety, part of the new feminist movement). Assistance was given to the organizers of the exhibition about the architect ir. J. B. van Loghem, held in the Frans Halsmuseum in Haarlem, and of the exhibition about the Dutch politician P. L. Tak ( ), held at Middelburg, the city where he was born. The department for the Netherlands and the department Iconography are helping in the preparations for the large exhibition that is to be organized by the Historical Museum about Amsterdam in the 19th and 20th centuries. d. Television The Dritte Programm des Westdeutschen Rundfunks/[Reihe Spektrum] broadcasted an interview with prof. de Jong about the work and the position of the Institute; special attention was paid to the German archives it holds. Assistance was given to a series of television programmes entitled 'das 19. Jahrhundert' by the Norddeutsche Rundfunk. The editors of this series, dr. K. E. Moring and dr. Wagner, have promised that the extensive collection of photographs about the theme 'Frühindustrialisierung', used for this programme, will be put at the disposal of the Institute after use. Material was provided for the production 'Politische Kampflieder' put on by the Norddeutsche Rundfunk. Dutch television also made use of the material of the department Iconography. The subjects were: Rosa Luxemburg, Queen Wilhelmina, '1920', the Textile strike in Twente in 1924, the opposition of socialism to the royal family,

21 Rudolf de Jong gave historical advice for a two part documentary 'Turbulent Amsterdam', based on a play by Ed. Hoornik and Mies Bouhuys. He also helped select relevant photographs and other material. e. General A steady increase has been noted in the volume of incoming mail from students and scholars with requests for information on a large variety of subjects. It goes without saying that the Institute's collaborators endeavour to answer those questions to the best of their ability. However, some of these requests for information this year were so extensive and timeconsuming that they interfered with other obligations. It seems inevitable that a certain limitation of this kind of service will become necessary in the future. This, alas, will also apply to the customary 'oldfashioned' services, rendered to visitors. Most of the departments are understaffed through lack of space and shortage of funds this calls for a certain restriction in the assistance given to scholars in their research work at the Institute. D. RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC WORK 15. Individual scientific work of staffmembers, research programmes, preparation of publications Ms. M. A.H. Campfens Ms. Campfens continued serving on the editorial board of the Mededelingenblad van de Nederlandse Vereniging tot beoefening van de Sociale Geschiedenis (Bulletin of the Dutch Association for the Study of Social History). H.P. Harstick As a first result of his research concerning the 'MarxEngelsschen Privatbibliothek', which recently yielded important additional source material, H.P. Harstick published the article 'Zum Schicksal der Marxschen Privatbibliothek' in the International Review of Social History vol. 18 (1973), p In the framework of his cooperation to the 'Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie', edited by J. Ritter, his article 'Historische Schule' was published in Vol. 3. The manuscript of his publication of the 'Marxsche Exzerpte aus M. M. Kovalevskij 'Obscinnoe zemlevladenie...' (Moskva 1879)' was almost completed. The book will appear as Vol. I of the Institute's series 'Quellen und Studiën zur Sozialgeschichte'. For this edition mr. Harstick made use of the material held by the Institute as well as of Marx's desk copy of Kovalevskij's book, which is in the Institute of MarxismLeninism, Moscow. From this copy numerous 'marginal notes', typical for Marx and as yet unpublished, could be inserted into the edition. Fr. de Jong Edz. Prof. De Jong took part in the interuniversity studygroup on the History of the Labour Movement and in the studygroup 19

22 of the University of Amsterdam that studies in particular the aspect of this movement's integration into society in the Netherlands. Special subject of interest to this latter group was the continuation of the research into the 'political system', which the Dutch socialist leader Troelstra developed as a way of transition to socialism and as a base for the new International in At a conference in Linz prof. De Jong read a paper on the early growth of the Dutch school of Marxism ( ). At a conference organized by the Institute of Labor Relations at Ithaca (N.Y.), he gave a lecture about the Dutch Trade Union Movement, especially during the last ten years. R. de Jong The paper read by R. de Jong in 1972 on the Spanish Civil War and its consequences, being a part of a series of lectures organized by the historical students' associations of the University of Leyden, was published in 1973, together with the other lectures in the series. A Spanish translation was published in the collection 'El movimiento libertario espanol' of Cuadernos de Ruedo Iberico. For the students of Spanish at the University of Leyden he gave an introductory lecture about the Spanish bourgeoisie. For the students of Spanish at the University of Utrecht he gave a lecture on presentday Spain. For the University of Amsterdam, department Contemporary History, R. de Jong reviewed a number of theses dealing with subjects concerning Spain or Latin America. He wrote some articles about Spain, i.a. for 'Onze Jaren' (Our Years) and Oosthoek's Encyclopaedia. He gave editorial advice in connection with the publication of some manuscripts, e.g. the selection from the correspondence between Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, held by the Institute, which is being edited by mr. and ms. Richard Drinnon. G. Langkau Together with M. Buckmiller G. Langkau edited 'Karl Korsch, Briefe an Paul Partos, Paul Mattick und Bert Brecht ', a selection from the correspondence in the archives of Karl Korsch. In cooperation with H.P. Harstick he prepared the advisory report of the International Institute of Social History about the 'Probeband' of the new MarxEngelsGesamtausgabe, published in J. R. van der Leeuw Mr. van der Leeuw gave several lectures about 'The origins of the Cold War' as part of a postgraduate course for history teachers. He also gave four lectures about the social aspects of the unification of Europe for groups of students in the Federal Republic of Germany. He wrote three book reviews, i.a. for the Mededelingenblad van de Nederlandse Vereniging tot beoefening van de Sociale Geschiedenis. (Bulletin of the Dutch society for the study of social history.) A. Lehning Mr. Lehning and his staff continued their work on the next 20

23 volume of the Archives Bakounine (vol. V). As expected, this volume, 'Michel Bakounine et ses relations slaves, ' went to press in the spring of Mr. Lehning accepted an invitation to address the Convegno di Studi su 'la Comune di Parigi e la crisi delle formazioni politiche del Risorgimento' (Bologna, 1618 November). The title of his address was 'Michel Bakounine et Ie Risorgimento tradito'. W. H. van der Linden Mr. Van der Linden published an article in the Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis (Dutch Journal of History, Groningen, 1973 nr. 1), dealing with the attempts towards liquidation of North Korea as a state in the autumn of 1950, the role of MacArthur, of Washington and of the United Nations. He continued his work on his book 'The history of the pacifist movement ', which is to be his doctoral thesis. L. J. van Rossum Mr. van Rossum made some progress in his work on the publication 'Briefwechsel Karl Kautskys mit Sozialisten aus den Balkanlandern'. He published an article on the historiography of Russian Social Democracy in the Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis (Dutch Journal of History) and an article on Roy Medvjedjev in the Internationale Spectator. B. Sapir Mr. Sapir completed the editorial work and the annotation of the planned publication 'Lavrov Years of Emigration' (2 vols.). Part of this work consisted of writing short biographical notes on hundreds of persons mentioned in the documents. These notes will be inserted in the Index of the publication. A. Smirnov Mr. Smirnov continued his work of deciphering 19th century Russian manuscripts. Ms. M. W. H. Schreuder Ms. Schreuder spent much time reading and evaluating articles for the International Review of Social History. While the number of contributions offered for publication is growing, their quality is only rarely so poor or on such a popular level that they can be instantly rejected. For this reason a considerable amount of research and editorial work is often required in connection with these articles. Ms. Schreuder had to interrupt her work on the papers of Sylvia Pankhurst owing to the circumstance that she acted this year as secretary to the Institute's Council, which took much of her time. F. Tichelman Work on the publication of sources concerning the Indische SociaalDemocratische Vereeniging (The Indonesian Social Democratic Association, vol. I, up to October 1917) proceeded very slowly, but it is to be expected that the manuscript will be completed in the summer of

24 For a studygroup "personnelcare" of three training colleges for social workers Mr. Tichelman gave a series of four lectures about aspects of the social history of China. He gave an address to a studygroup of the subfaculty of political science at the University of Amsterdam on "The reactions to the Great Crisis of organizations to the left of the SDAP (Social Democratie Labour Party) and the NVV (The Netherlands' Federation of Trade Unions)." Ms. J. M. Wekker Ms. Welcker gave a lecture on "Frederik van Eeden and his colony Walden" to a group of scientific collaborators of the University of Leyden. For the studygroup on the History of the Labour Movement at the University of Amsterdam she lectured on early anarchism in the Netherlands. She wrote a paper for the conference at Linz on the subject "Marx, Marxism and the Dutch socialist labour movement ", and some bookreviews for Bijdragen en Mededelingen van de geschiedenis der Nederlanden (Contributions on the History of the Netherlands) and for the Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis (Belgian Journal of Contemporary History). 16. Publications in cooperation with others Ms. D. E. Devreese completed her research for the publication of sources concerning the contacts of Belgian socialists with people abroad in so far as the material in the Institute had to be dealt with. The documents collected are now prepared for publication. The publication "Zeitgenossen von Marx und Engels" by prof. dr. K. Koszyk and prof. dr. K. Obermann proceeds satisfactorily. It is to be expected that the manuscript will be ready for the press at the end of International Review of Social History The Review published three issues, in May, August and December. These contained thirteen articles, three contributions under the heading "Documents" and the bibliography. 581 books were reviewed. In the course of this year the editorial board received an unusually large number of manuscripts, viz. 63. The majority of these had to be revised more or less thoroughly, before they were fit for publication. As a result of the steep increase in production costs (mainly paper and wages) the publishers were forced to raise the price of a subscription from Dfl. 40, to Dfl. 60, per annum. 18. Publications The publicationprojects of the Institute proceeded in a satisfactory manner. Occasionally, manuscripts are offered for publication, which fall outside the scope of the fixed publicationprogramme but 22

25 prove to be valuable contributions to one of the series set up by the Institute. This was the case with the work of dr. R. C. Elwood: "Russian Social Democracy in the Underground. A Study of the RSDRP in the Ukraine, ," which went to press in 1973 and will appear in 1974 as vol. VIII in the series "Publications on Social History." To the Institute's series "SociaalHistorische Studiën" a new title could be added: dr. G. W. B. Borrie, "Pieter Lodewijk Tak ( ). Journalist en politicus." The spontaneous submission of worthwhile manuscripts, either monographs or studies based on documents, part of which are held by the Institute, is a highly valued phenomenon and something that deserves encouragement. It also shows that the series published by the Institute have gained such authority and popularity in the world of scholarship that authors are pleased to see the results of their research published as part of one of these series. The collection of essays "1871 Jalons pour une histoire de la Commune de Paris", which appeared at the beginning of 1973 as part of the series "Publications on Social History" was soon sold out. In 1974 a second printing will appear of the publication of sources by Lawrence Krader. "The Ethnological Notebooks of Karl Marx", which was first published in 1972 in the series "Quellen und Untersuchungen...". The series "Archives Bakounine" is reprinted by the publishing house Champ Libre in Paris; the first volume, "Michel Bakounine et lttalie, La polémique avec Mazzini" has already appeared under the title "Oeuvres Complètes", vol. I. Mr. Timmer was in charge of the editorial as well as the financial supervision of the Institute's publication programme. In the survey given below three categories are distinguished: a. books that appeared in 1973; b. books that have gone to press in 1973; c. manuscripts in an advanced stage of preparation. a. Books published during Jalons pour une histoire de la Commune de Paris. Préparé sous la direction de Jacques Rougerie, avec la collaboration de Tristan Haan, Georges Haupt et Miklós Molnar. Assen, Van Gorcum & Comp. X, 624 pp. with ills. and Index. 2. G. W. B. Borrie. Pieter Lodewijk Tak. Journalist en politicus. Assen, Van Gorcum & Comp. XII, 327 pp. with ills. and Index. 3. Georg Eckert. Wilhelm Liebknecht, Briefwechsel mit deutschen Sozialdemokraten. Band I Assen, Van Gorcum & Comp. LH, 908 pp. with ills. and Index. b. Books gone to press 1. S. Na'aman, unter Mitwirkung von H.P. Harstick. Die Konstituierung der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung 1862/63. Darstellung und Dokumentation. Assen, Van Gorcum & Comp. 23

26 2. Ralph Carter Elwood. Russian Social Democracy in the Underground. A Study of the RSDRP in the Ukraine, Assen, Van Gorcum & Comp. 3. Arthur Lehning. Michel Bakounine et ses relations slaves, (Archives Bakounine, tome V). Leiden, E. J. Brill. 4. Boris Sapir. Lavrov gody emigracii / Lavrov Years of Emigration. 2 vols. (I. Lavrov and Lopatin, II. Other Correspondents of Lavrov and varia). Dordrecht, D. Reidel Publishing Company. c. Manuscripts in an advanced state of preparation authorleditor: title: 1. W. Albrecht. Georg von Vollmar. Eine Biographie. 2. W. Hahlweg. Militargeschichtliche und militarwissenschaftliche Studiën im Nachlass von Marx und Engels. 3. H.P. Harstick. Karl Marx: Über Formen vorkapitalistischer Produktion, I. 4. G. Haupt, Briefwechsel Karl Kautskys mit Soziali J. Jemnitz und sten aus den Balkanlandern. L. J. van Rossum. 5. K. Koszyk und Zeitgenossen von Marx und Engels. Aus K. Obermann. gewahlte Briefe aus den Jahren Z. Solle. Karl Kautskys Briefwechsel mit tschechoslowakischen Sozialisten. 7. F. Tichelman. De "Indische SociaalDemocratische Vereeniging" E. INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS The international contacts were maintained and expanded. Prof. De Jong availed himself of the opportunity of his visit to Ithaca (New York) in November to establish contacts elsewhere in the United States, viz. in New York. Los Angeles, San Francisco and to look for possibilities of joint publications or grants for projects of the Institute. He renewed the contacts with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford, Cal. Old misunderstandings were cleared up and experience gained with new systems of restoration and the use of computers in libraries and archives. Prof. De Jong paid a visit to dr. Karl Kautsky jr. and discussed his work with him. A significant part of the Kautsky family archives, still in dr. Kautsky's possession was handed over to prof. De Jong to take to Amsterdam, (see p. 13) Prof. De Jong and ms. Welcker represented the Institute at the Ninth International Conference of Historians of the Labour Movement at Linz (Austria) in September. At the opening of the library of the RuhrUniversitat at Bochum, the core of which is formed by the large collection of duplicates furnished by the Institute, the latter was represented by mr. Timmer. Mr. J. R. van der Leeuw visited the International Confedera 24

27 tion of Free Trade Unions in Brussels and the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund in Diisseldorf. In March and September mr. H.P. Harstick, as a member of the advisory committee of the AthenaumFischerTaschenbuchVerlag, Sektion Sozialwissenschaften/Geschichte, attended meetings of this body in Bremen and Frankfurt respectively. Both on these occasions and during a visit to Speyer he had many talks with readers and management of the Athenaum Verlag/Frankfurt and with the publishing house Detlev Auvermann, K. G., Glashütten im Taunus. For his research into the history of Marx's private library mr. Harstick visited the "Verwaltungshochschule Speyer" and reached an agreement about the cooperation between the Library at Speyer and the Institute in connection with the books from Marx' and Engels' private libraries that are now in the library at Speyer. In September mr. Harstick attended a congress of historians at Würzburg, in November he visited the Institute of Marxism Leninism in Moscow in connection with the preparation of the edition of the "Marxschen Exzerpte aus M. M. Kovalevskij". With the directors and collaborators of the IML he discussed a number of problems that interest both institutes. In March mr. R. de Jong visited Toulouse and Paris and had talks with representatives of the CNT and the FAI about archival material of these organisations kept by the Institute. In December some representatives of the CNT/FAI visited the Institute. Mr. A. Lehning was offered a membership by the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton and availed himself of the opportunity to visit the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford, Cal., to do research for the Archives Bakounine in the B. I. Nicolaevskycollection. He was also invited to give lectures on Bakunin at Harvard University, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at Princeton University. Mr. B. Sapir kept up regular correspondence with historians in England, France, Germany, Israël and the United States. Ms. M. W. H. Schreuder kept in touch with the archivist working on the ILP, Keir Hardie and Bruce Glasier collections, mr. Bruce Aubry in Bristol. In July she visited him and made an arrangement about an exchange of material: Keir Hardie correspondence in various collections in the Institute against material in the above mentioned collections of particular interest to the Institute, such as a number of letters from Wilhelm Liebknecht to Keir Hardie. Cooperation was given to C. P. Cook, who is in charge of the Historical Records Project, which aims at locating the archives of British M.P.'s, political parties and movements from about 1900 onwards and publishing a directory, stating the location, size, conditions of consultation etc. of these collections. Collections held by the Institute will be mentioned in the directory in so far as they fall within the qualifications. Mr. Cook visited the Institute in the spring, ms. Schreuder paid him a visit in July. The annual meeting of the International Association of Labour History Institutions (Bonn, 57 September) was attended by mr. Wiarda. 25

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31 I. List of current periodicals received Country Aden Albania Argentine Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada Ceylon Chile China Columbia Cuba Curagao Czechoslovakia Denmark Egypt England/Scotland Finland France Germany Greece Guinea Hungary India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israël Italy Jamaica Japan Korea Lebanon Luxemburg Malawi Malaya Malta Mexico Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Norway Pakistan Poland Portugal Rumania Singapore SouthAfrica Spain Surinam Sweden Switzerland Tanzania Tunisia Uruguay U.S.A. U.S.S.R. Venezuela Vietnam Yugoslavia total Daily papers _ _ (1972: 49) Weeklies and monthly reviews (1972: 1736)

32 II. Archives and collections received Department for Africa, Asia, Australia From the Palestina Comité, the Hague, an interesting collection, chiefly about the Middle East, i.a. bound volumes of the first five years of The Middle East Newsletter, Beirut, Department for Anarchism; Spain, Portugal, Latin America From the Akademija Nauk SSSR, Institut russkoj literatury (Puskinskij Dom), Leningrad, a microfilm of five letters from the Bakunin archive (to M. Bakunina, P. V. Annenkov, T. A. Bakunina, G. N. Vyrubov, A. I. Turgenev). From Ramon Alvarez, a collection of leaflets etc, chiefly about Spanish exiles in France. From Verlag Detlev Auvermann KG, Glashütten, the facsimile reprint of Hora de Espana (ValenciaBarcelona, ) and issues of Der Anarchist (Berlin) from the years From prof. Paul Avrich, New York, a number of books. From Mr. O. Bayer, Buenos Aires, Argentine, issues of Politica Obrera, Reconstrucción, etc. From Mr. L. Bettini, Genua, the issues of the very rare periodical L'Agitazione, Organo del Comitato di difesa pro Sacco e Vanzetti lacking in our collections (Boston, 1921, nr. 8, 1011, 1415; 1922, nrs. 14; , nrs. 1 and 4. From Mr. R. Bianco, Marseilles, an important collection of background material about anarchist movements in the Rhóne estuary. From Mr. L. M. Consoli, Rome, a collection of background material esp. about anarchism in Italy. From Mr. A. Elorza, Madrid, the Boletin de Información del Comité regional del Pais Valenciano del POUM. From Carlos da Fonseca Lopes, Paris, photocopies, books and pamphlets about the labour movement in Portugal, among which some very rare items from the period of the First International. From Mr. Michael M. Hall, New Orleans, a microfilm of the Brazilian periodicals: Avanti! ( ), La Battaglia ( ), O Chapeleiro ( , 1923), O Trabalhador (1933), all published in Sao Paulo, and Spartacus ( ) and A Voz ( , ), published in Rio de laneiro. From Ms. Susan Harding, El Paso, U.S.A., photocopies of archival material concerning the CNT during the Spanish Civil War. From Mr. P. P. van 't Hart, Amsterdam, a collection of periodicals of the Spanish exile movement. From the Institut marksizmaleninizma, Moscow a microfilm of the manuscript of Z. K. Ralli. Iz moich vospominanij o M. A. Bakunine, and of a letter from Bakunin to Ralli, IX From the Instituto de Estudios Laborales, Barcelona, El Conflicto Obrero en Espana , vols. I and II. From Dr. H. Koechlin, Basle, the pamphlet "Akkratie". From Mr. I. A. Koster, Amsterdam, a large collection of 30

33 background material about Chile from before September 1973, among which leaflets etc. of the elections held there in March From Karin Kramer Verlag, Berlin, several of their publications. From Ms. Y. KreikenZomer, The Hague, a portrait of N. J. C. Schermerhorn. From Ms. Mercedes F. de Louzara, Steubenville, Ohio, an extensive collection of rare Spanish and Latin American periodicals from the period , assembled by her late husband J. Louzara (R. Lone). From Mr. G. Martens, Purmerend, his library, consisting of social novels, books about anarchism and Latin America and popular science. From Mr. B. Moreel, Wageningen, issue nr. 4 of De Zwartkrant, background material about De Zwartkrantzdiah: and material about Spain. From Mr. V. Munoz, Montevideo, a number of books, among which a Spanish translation of Herbert Spencer. El individuo contra el Estado (Sevilla, 1885), the Spanish edition of Etienne de la Boëtie: La esclavitud voluntaria. From the late Mr. Max Nomad, New York, a copy of his manuscript "Reflections at 90" (vol. II) and other essays; some anarchist pamphlets and one year of Der Weckruf. From Mr. F. Olaya, Paris, microfilms of archival documents of the FAI, dating from the Spanish Civil War, i.a. the Actas del Primer Congreso de Colectividades de Aragón, febrero 1937, as well as of El Renacimiento (1847). From Mr. J. Paniagua and Mr. S. Amenaren, Valencia, topical material about the social history of Spain. From Ms. H. C. PasschierMeijer, Zeist, an addition, arranged by Bram Storm, to the archive of her mother, Clara Meijer Wichmann. From Mr. F. de Puelles, Cadiz, photocopies of background material concerning Fermin Salvochea. From Mr. Hugo Rolland, Florence, most of his important collection about Italian anarchism, consisting of correspondence, books and periodicals. From Mr. Michel Sans Pascual, Toulouse, 7 issues of the rare periodical Solidaridad Obrera. Organo de la Agrupación de Cenitistas de Union National ( ). From Mr. G. Toninelli, Florence, 1 issue of Volonta, 2 issues of Quaderni dell' antifascismo, a study by Mario Mariani, published in L'Universita Proletaria, "La decadenza Italiana e i suoi Uomini rappresentativi" and the book In Memoria di Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. From Mr. A. Torga, Zaandam, 9 issues of Coraje and 9 issues of Trabajadores Unidos. From dr. E. Th. Waaldijk, The Hague, a large number of issues of the Surinam periodicals: De Rode Surinamer, Manifest, Aktueel, CLOBulletin, KOB and Onze Natie. From Mr. J. van Wansbeek, Amsterdam, a collection of background material concerning Peru, Bolivia and Chile. From Mr. B. Yelensky, Miami Beach, Florida, the manuscript of an article he wrote on the occasion of the death of Olga FreidlinMaximoff, published in Dielo Trouda nr. 73 (Sept./ 31

34 Nov. 1932), Carolyn Ashbaugh. Lucy E. Parsons: A study in American Radicalism and a large number of letters, pamphlets, leaflets etc. about the libertarian movement in the USA. Further a photocopy of the first volume of the Portuguese periodical Rensamento (Porto, 1930). Department for Central Europe From Verlag Detlev Auvermann, Glashütten, the numbers lacking in our collections of Die Geissel (Vienna, ) and facsimile reprints of the periodicals Der Gedchtete of Jakob Venedey (Paris ), Fanal of Erich Mühsam (Berlin ) and Der deutsche Eidgenosse (LondonHamburg ), of Geschichte des Sozialismus und Communismus in Nordamerika (Leipzig, 1880) and of Friedrich Brügel. Aus den Anfangen der deutschen sozialistischen Presse (Vienna, 1929). From Ms. Eugenie Barnikol, Duisburg, through the intermediary of dr. H. M. Sass, the manuscript of the book by her late husband about Bruno Bauer. From prof. Francis Carsten, London, an addition to the collection "Neu Beginnen", viz. two manuscripts by George Lichtheim. From the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, Düsseldorf, issues of the exile periodical Freies Deutschland from 1939 and From prof. Iring Fetscher, Frankfurt a.m., a microfilm of his autographcollection about the history of socialism and the labour movement. The collection contains letters, manuscripts and documents of a large number of wellknown persons from the 19th and 20th centuries. From Ms. Lisa Huhn, Berlin, the archives of her late husband, Willy Huhn ( ); these contain theoretical studies by Willy Huhn as well as a considerable amount of interesting material concerning the history of the Sozialistische Arbeiter Partei before 1933, the reestablishment of popular education in Berlin in the years , the development of the SPD in West Berlin in the 1950's, left wing socialist groups and periodicals in West Berlin and the German Federal Republic during the same period, the campaign for nuclear disarmament etc. From Mr. Henry Jacoby, Geneva, a supplement of the archives of Otto Rühle, viz. a series of his monthly newsletters Zur Information ( ). From dr. K. Kautsky jr., Menlo Park, an addition to the archives of Karl Kautsky, viz. the correspondence between Karl Kautsky and Luise Kautsky during (about 100 letters) and some letters of the Kautsky family, among which 14 letters of Karl Kautsky to Karl Kautsky Jr. from From Mr. Boris Souvarine, Paris, 4 letters from Karl Kautsky to Lagardelle, Further a photocopy was acquired of the first two years of the periodical of the First International Die Tagwacht (Zürich, ). 32

35 Department for Eastern and Northern Europe From prof. A. Ascher, New York, a microfilm of the fourth volume of A. G. Sljapnikov. Semnadcatyj god. From the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, Düsseldorf, issues of rare periodicals, e.g. RSD, Mitteilungsblatt der Russischen SozialDemokratie (Berlin, 1929, nr. 11); SowjetRussland im Bild (Berlin, May 1922). From the Institut marksizmaleninizma, Moscow, the Svodnyj Katalog russkoj nelegal'noj i zaprescennoj pecati XIX veka vols. 1IX. From dr. Sergius Jakobson, Washington, two letters and two manuscripts of S. Schwarz. From Mr. B. Souvarine, Paris, from the archives of Ms. DajnovaClenova, leaflets, circulars and other material from before World War I, concerning the activities of Russian Social Democratie groups in Switzerland and France, as well as "Bund" and Polish Social Democrats. Also S.Peterburgskij Listok nr. 2, Department for France, Italy, Israël From Mr. Maurice Comtet, Toulouse, contemporary background material. From the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, Düsseldorf, the issue of 14 November 1936 of La Lutte Ouvrière, mentioning the burglary of the Paris branch of the International Institute of Social History, in which periodicals were stolen. From Mr. W. Frijhoff, Paris, regular shipments of pamphlets, leaflets, tracts, issues of little known periodicals etc. From the publishinghouse "Hier et Demain", Paris, the beautiful facsimile reprint of the periodical Le Socialiste (Paris, ), edited by Jules Guesde and Paul Lafargue. From the Instituto Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Milan, the facsimile reprint of L'Egalité. Journal de l'association internationale des Travailleurs de la Suisse romande. (Geneva ). From the International Graphical Federation, Berne, a file concerning the Federazione Italiana fra Legatori, Cartai, Cartotecnici ed af fine (Sezione di Bologna), containing documents about the period From Mr. G. Kumeich, Düsseldorf, an addition to our incomplete collection of L'Oeuvre from the period (36 numbers). From Mr. Jean Pierre Maury, Montpellier, an extensive collection of printed material and archival documents concerning the student movement in Montpellier in the period From our correspondent Mr. G. Scheuer, Paris, regular shipments of contemporary material, pamphlets, leaflets, issues of littleknown periodicals etc. From Mr. B. Souvarine, Paris, letters to Lucien Descaves from Paul Reclus, James Guillaume, Pierre Kropotkine, Elisée Reclus, Charles Daudet, Maxime Lisbonne and others and a collection of paperclippings. Bought from an antiquarian book shop a copy of Louis Reybaud. Jéróme Paturot a la recherche d'une position sociale 33

36 (Brussels, 1843, published under the pseudonym H. Rolle), with corrections and additions in the margin, probably by the author. Bought new: La Révolution francaise et 1'abolition de 1'esclavage, 12 vols., reprint of 89 texts from the period La Révolution francaise et Témancipation des Juifs, 8 vols., reprint of 56 texts from the period Many other reprints and microfiches about the labour movement and the social conditions of the working class, both of books and of periodicals. Department for Great Britain, Ir eland, North America From the British Council, Amsterdam, the Hansardedition of the Parliamentary debates (House of Commons) from the period From the Documentatiecentrum Nieuwste Geschiedenis, Amsterdam, the Hansardedition of the Parliamentary debates of the period From Mr. Rob van 't Hoff, New Milton (Hampshire), the following rare editions of works of William Thompson: An inquiry into the principles of the distribution of wealth, London, 1824; Appeal of one half of the human race, women, against the pretensions of the other half, men, to retain them in politica!, and thence in civil and domestic slavery, London, 1825; Labor rewarded. By one of the idle classes, London, 1827; Practical directions for the speedy and economical establishment of communities..., London, 1830; and a number of letters and printed documents concerning Thompson's life. Also the following books: T. Dezamy. Code de la communauté, 1842; John Humphrey Noyes. History of American socialisms, 1870; Ideal Commonwealths, 1887; Ch. Letourneau. The evolution of marriage and of the family, 1891; Geoffrey Mortimer. Chapters on human love, 1898; Anton Menger. The right to the whole produce of labour, 1899; William Alfred Hinds. American communities, 1902; Morrison Davidson. The wisdom of Winstanley the "Digger", 1904; Edward Westermarck. The origin and development of the moral ideas, 2nd edition ; idem. The history of human marriage, 1925; Charles Gide. Communist and cooperative colonies From prof. J. Saville, Huil, the facsimile reprint of Robert Owen. A new view of society, or Essays on the formation of the human character, Bought from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the microfilm edition (1969) of the Morris Hillquit papers. Department for Iconography From the Algemene Bond van Ambtenaren, The Hague, several posters and pamphlets. From the Arbeiderbevegelsens Arkiv, Oslo, a large collection of posters about Arbeidpartiet and the struggle about joining the Common Market. From the Algemene Studenten Vereniging Amsterdam, 20 posters about Vietnam. 34

37 From Mr. H. Burger, Amsterdam, 10 posters from the Soviet Union. From Ms. W. M. Diepenhorst, The Hague, a large collection of photographs, made by her husband, Mr. C. A. M. Diepenhorst, formerly hon. secretary of the SociaalDemocratische Arbeiders Partij for the branch in The Hague and on behalf of the Partij van de Arbeid. They are mainly pictures of the activities of the SDAP in The Hague during the 1930's. From dr. W. Drees, The Hague, a photograph of Sociaal Democratische Vrouwen Clubs. Further the Institute was allowed to make reproductions of some two hundred photographs owned by dr. Drees. Their subjects are dr. Drees himself, the SDAP, the PvdA and dr. Drees' activities when in the government. From the Europabevegelsen i Norge, Oslo, three posters and a flag concerning the referendum about Norway's entry into the EEC. From the NV Uitgeverij en boekhandel Van Gennep, Amsterdam, a collection of about 70 posters and some other material, i.a. the book "Karikaturen der Linken". From Mr. Koos Koster, Santiago, a collection of posters concerning the elections in Chile. From the Labour Party, London, 75 posters (one copy of each of the posters in stock in August 1973). From Mr. A. J. J. van der Linden, Utrecht, a collection of cartoons. From Mr. G. van Oord, Amsterdam, 8 posters chiefly about the PacifistischSocialistische Partij. From the Parti Communiste Francais, Paris, 20 posters, dating from after From the Parti Socialiste, Paris, 2 posters about the elections of March From prof. dr. W. Pée, Ghent, two portraits. From the SPD, Bonn, some 50 posters. From the Union des Démocrates pour la Ve République, Paris, 10 posters, i.a. about the elections of March From Mr. M. M. Valkenburg, The Hague, posters and other propaganda material of the Nederlands Verbond van Vakverenigingen and of the Industriebond NW. Department for International Organizations and General subjects From Ms. Tini Braunthal, Teddington, an addition to the archives of her late husband, containing correspondence between Gustav and Toni Stolper on the one hand and Julius and Tini Braunthal on the other from 1916 and the period , correspondence on miscellaneous matters from the period and the material for the biography of Otto Bauer, which remained unwritten. From the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, through the intermediary of dr. D. Schuster, Düsseldorf, several issues of the ITFPressebericht, , and background material; a copy of dr. D. Schuster. Die deutsche Gewerkschaftsbewegung, 4th edition. 35

38 From dr. S. Estrin, New York, correspondence and his memoirs. From Mr. P. H. Frankfurter, Amsterdam, background material about the Netherlands and Japan. From the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Brussels, an addition to their archives, viz. the circulars and further documents forwarded in 1971 and 1972; part of the archives from the period , chiefly concerning activities in Asia and Australia; a collection of documents of the Asian Regional Organization of the Confederation from the period From the International Graphical Federation, Berne, an addition to its archives, viz. part of the archives over the period (chiefly concerning its congresses, its executive committee and office). From the Miners' International Federation, London, an addition to its archives, viz. the circulars and further documents sent out in From Mr. W. G. Spiekman, Amsterdam, the documents used at the 17th congress of the International Federation of Commercial, Clerical and Technical Employees, London, Oct./Nov From Mr. J. G.. van Wouwe, Amsterdam, an addition to the collection Van Wouwe (archives of the bureau International Affairs of the NVV) consisting of about 200 books and pamphlets and some 2 meters of archival material, i.a. documents about the IFTU, WFTU, ICFTU, Europaisches Gewerkschaftssekretariat, ILO, Marshall plan. From the International Labour Organisation, Geneva, several publications concerning the "technical assistance" given by this organization. From the International Union of Food and Allied Workers' Associations, Geneva, some publications issued in From the Postal, Telegraph and Telephone International, Geneva, some publications issued in From the International Transportworkers' Federation, London, some series of publications issued in From the Public Services International, London, some publications issued in From the Socialist International, London, all its publications issued in 1973, a supplement to its archives already in the Institute. From the International Union of Socialist Youth, Vienna, its publications issued in From the Socialist Union of CentralEastern Europe, London, a number of its publications. From the International Metal Workers' Federation, Geneva, some of its publications issued in Department for the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg From Mr. J. van Blijenburgh, Amsterdam, a collection of books and periodicals, among which Klassenstrijd (1928) and De Nieuwe Weg ( ). From Mr. M. Brélaz, GrandLancy, Switzerland, a letter from H. de Man to Romain Rolland. Through the intermediary of Mr. J. Coerman the books from 36

39 the property of H. Gorter that the late Ms. J. Clinge Doorenbos bequeathed to the Institute. From Mr. Igor Cornelissen, Weesp, a collection of topical material, i.a. about the Surinam revolutionary A. de Kom. From Ms. W. M. Diepenhorst, The Hague, from the property of her late husband C. A. M. Diepenhorst, the minutes of the meetings of "Het Volksgebouw", the Hague, after 1960 "N.V. 't Verenigingsgebouw 'de Drie Stoepen' " ( ), and financial reports of the same organization ( ), as well as material about slum clearance in the "Schilderswijk" of The Hague, sport and recreation in The Hague and propaganda material of the SDAP in The Hague. From prof. mr. W. F. de Gaay Fortman, The Hague, the publications "Positie en beleid van de Christelijke vakbeweging" (6 vols). From the EconomischHistorische Bibliotheek, Amsterdam, a large number of periodicals and books, among which statistical material about the conditions of labour in the U.S. From the Gemeentearchief Arnhem, two postcards to L. M. Hermans from 1921 and 1936, an addition to the archive of L. M. Hermans, and through the intermediary of the Gemeentearchief Arnhem the collection of J. Meerdink, consisting mainly of periodicals, pamphlets and other publications of the Arbeiders Jeugd Centrale (AJC) after 1930 and a series of publications by the Nederlandse Vereeniging voor Armenzorg en Weldadigheid. From the NV Uitgeverij en boekhandel Van Gennep, Amsterdam, a large number of periodicals, leaflets and posters of action groups and demonstrations in the Netherlands and elsewhere. Through the intermediary of Mr. T. Hagtingius, Haarlem, 1) the archives of the Nederlandse Vereniging tot Afschaffing van Alkoholhoudende Dranken Afdeling Haarlem from 1843, the year this association was started, to 1943, 2) the archives of the Internationale Orde van Goede Tempelieren Nederland, Haarlemse loges Excelsior XIII, Plaats voor Allen, Naastenliefde, and some financial documents of the Haarlem federation from 1916 to about 1965, 3) photographs, banners, flags and regalia of the organization mentioned under 2). From the Hervormde Jeugdraad, through the intermediary of dr. E. Stern, material used by the former action committee for Biafra, as well as all the publications of this committee. From Mr. J. Kuyk, Castricum, mementoes of festivities on the occasion of the queen's birthday from before From the Industriebond NVV, Amsterdam, publications of the department for Scholing en Vorming (education and training), posters and periodicals. From prof. dr. Fr. de Jong Edz., Amsterdam, several posters, leaflets and pamphlets of political parties, action groups and activities in the university ( ). Through the intermediary of Mr. S. Kaper, Zaandam, some rare pamphlets, i.a. C. Croll. De verdedigingsrede van J. W. Smit and reports of the fourth and fifth congresses of the Landelijke Federatie van Bouwvakarbeiders. 37

40 From Mr. W. F. Koeman, Schoorl, a collection of books, pamphlets, periodicals, cartoons and paperclippings about the labour movement in the Netherlands. From Mr. S. C. G. Leertouwer, Amsterdam, Morgenrood ( ), Sociaal Weekblad ( ) and several volumes of De Vrije Katheder. From Ms. M. M. Littooij, The Hague, the publications issued by the publishing houses "Vrede" in The Hague and "Chreestarchia" at Zeist. From Mr. H. Prick, Delft, the results of an inquiry among labourers, set up by F. Domela Nieuwenhuis in From the Nederlandse Federatie van Beroepsverenigingen van Kunstenaars, Amsterdam, its archives over the period 1945/ 46 till about 1965 and the archives of affiliated organizations, as well as books, pamphlets and periodicals. From the Nederlandse Vegetariërsbond, Haarlem, its library until 1940 (with a printed catalogue) and volumes of De Vegetarische Bode ( ; ; 1934; ; some issues from 1930 and 1931). From the Nederlands Verbond van Vakverenigingen (NVV), Amsterdam, its archives over the period and informationdocuments of A. Kloos and H. ter Heide, former presidents of the NVV. From the Partij van de Arbeid, Amsterdam, its archives over the period 1965/1966 to 1967/1968, a collection of flags and some paintings and portraits. From the Partij van de Arbeid, Gewestelijke Federatie Noord HollandNoord, its archives over the period From Mr. F. Panholzer, Amsterdam, a number of leaflets and posters issued by action groups in From Mr. J. de Ronde, Amsterdam, several pamphlets, leaflets and issues of Dutch, German and English periodicals, mainly from the period From the Samenwerkende Bibliotheken Haarlemmermeer, Badhoevedorp, a number of books about the social sciences. From Mr. S. Santen, Amsterdam, a postcard from Henk Sneevliet to the Van Braambeek family of 8 Jan From Ms. M. W. H. Schreuder, Amsterdam, the periodicals Bijdragen en Mededelingen tot de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, Opzij, Partijkrant PvdA, the periodical publications of Sjaloom, all issued in From F. S. Sixma Baron van Heemstra, LaagZuthem, the Red Book of Mao TseTung in Basque, the Communist Manifesto in Breton. From Ms. J. Smedts, Amsterdam, the last part of the archives of prof. J. Barents and a number of books in the field of social history. From the Sociale Verzekeringsbank, Amsterdam, a collection of newspaperclippings about the year From Mr. W. C. J. Sosef, Amsterdam, a collection of leaflets and periodicals, among which publications of the Kritische Universiteit, Algemene Studentenvereniging Amsterdam, "Macchiavelli", "Discorsi". From Mr. W. Thomassen, Rotterdam, De Unie, organ of the Nederlandse Unie, from the trial number of September 1940 till 17 June

41 From the Verbond van Nederlandse Ondernemingen, The Hague, a collection of business histories. From the Wiardi Beekman Stichting, Amsterdam, its library with the exclusion of the reference library; the collection contains parts of the libraries of K. Vorrink and E. Boekman. In addition to books and pamphlets there is a large collection of periodicals and background material of the Partij van de Arbeid and other labour organizations. From Mr. S. Witteboon, Hilversum, pamphlets about tradeunion matters from about 1926 till 1948, Austrian publications about the ' Arbeiterkammer" and the ILO. From Mr. J. Zwart, Driehuis (NH), copies of De Nieuwe Linie. Miscellaneous From the Aktueel Dokumentatie en Informatiecentrum of the Public Library (ADIC), Amsterdam, a large number of periodicals, as well as several pamphlets and posters. From the "Centrale" Levensverzekeringbank, The Hague, the archives of de "Centrale", in so far as they concern the IISG, from the periods and , and archival documents of the "Centrale" concerning the "kaderscholen" from the 1930's. From dr. G. Garvy, New York, books and pamphlets. III. Subjects studied Department for Africa, Asia, A ustralia Africa: Apartheid as a social problem. Asia: The socialist movement in Iran; the ArabIsraeli conflict; the second Chinese revolution; the Comintern and China; StalinTrotsky and the Chinese revolution; Sneevliet and China; the Cultural revolution; the revolution in South Vietnam. Indonesia: the Sarekat Islam; rural resistance movements; the Indische SociaalDemocratische Vereeniging; D. M. G. Koch; right wing colonial organizations: the NationaalSocialistische Beweging and the Vaderlandsche Club; communism and nationalism in the 1930's; the mutiny of "De Zeven Provinciën"; educational policies under GovernorGeneral D. Fock; the PKI during the last few years of guided democracy; the policy concerning Indonesia of the Communistische Partij Nederland; Dutch aid to developing countries past and present. Department for Anarchism; Spain, Portugal, Latin America The labour movement in Mexico; Spanish anarchism in the 19th century; Marxist socialism in Spain; Emma Goldman Alexander Berkman; the anarchist rebellion in Patagonia; Italian anarchism; the anarchist movement in France; Spanish socialism; anarchism in Peru before 1920; Andrei Nin and the Spanish labour movement ; international anarchism in connection with the Spanish Civil War; Spanish anarchism ; social history of Peru ; Nestor Makhno; M. Bakunin; Spanish popular literature ; the anarchist movement in the Ukraine ; the Portuguese labour movement; forerunners of the POUM ; the Spanish revolution; anarchism in Aragon during the Spanish 39

42 Civil War; the political philosophy of M. Bakunin; Mary Wollstonecraft; relations between trade unions in Latin America; feminism in Spain; rural anarchism in Spain; the social history of Mexico at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th; Fritz Mathner; the Provo/Kabouter movement in the Netherlands; Kropotkin; Spain before 1939; Spanish feminism inside the anarchist movement; international solidarity during the Spanish Civil War; history of the anarchist movement in Argentine ; the labour movement in Brazil; women during the Second Republic in Spain, especially in the anarchist movement; Spanish anarchism; Gustav Landauer's position in German contemporary literature; UGT ; 19th century socialism in Spain; the trade union movement in North East Brazil; Tierra y Libertad (Mexico); trends in anarchist thinking in Austria; the Spanish Communist Party; theoretical aspects of anarchism; the First International in Spain, Christiaan Cornelissen; F. Domela Nieuwenhuis; political activities of Italian emigrants in Argentine and Brazil Department for Central Europe A. Bebel Leben und Werk; A. Bebel and German Social Democratie Party; W. Dittmann; F. Fechenbach; A. Grzesinski; R. Hilferding; K. Kautsky HistomatRezeption; K. Kautsky, W. I. Lenin, R. Luxemburg ihre Stellung zur proletarischen Revolution; K. Korsch; K. Korsch als Rechtstheoretiker; F. Lassalle; K. Liebknecht; K. Marx: K. M. devant la vie; K. M. and the Positivists; Rapports de M. et des économistes classiques; Studiën; K.M. Manuskripte; K.M. manuscrits mathémathiques; K. Marx, Fr. Engels: K.M., Fr. E. Rechtskritik; K.M., Fr. E. Writings on Press, Newspapers, Censorship; K. Marx, Fr. Engels, K. Schorlemmer Correspondence; Fr. Mehring; Ff. Molkenbuhr; H. Püttmann; G. Weerth Literatur; G. Weerth Gedichte; G. Weerth and Personalities Related to Him in the Period between 1840 and 1856; Cl. Zetkin ihre Rolle in der proletarischen Frauenbewegung. Germany before 1918: Deutsche Revolutionare im Vormarz; Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung ; Hamburger Sozialdemokratie ; Sozialdemokratische Presse und Wilhelminisches Reich ; Rolle der Parteisekretare in der SPD ; SPD Parteischule; SPDParteischule ; German Metal Workers' Union; Miners' Movement in the Ruhr Basin Arbeitersportbewegung ; Sexuality and Social Democracy in Wilhelmine Germany; Relationship of French and German Socialist Movements in Framework of TurnofCentury Debate of Reformist Tactics; SPDRechte im 1. Weltkrieg; Westdeutsche Arbeiterbewegung ; Arbeiterbewegung im Rheinland ; Arbeiterbewegung in Kassei PreuBische Wahlrechtsfrage ; RhenishWestphalian Industrial Region Social and Political Developments. Germany : Arbeiterbewegung ; Zentralrat der deutschen Republik; Sozialistische Ratekonzeptionen in der deutschen Revo 40

43 lution 1918/19; Publizistik der USPD 1918/19; Revolution und Reaktion in Oberschwaben ; German Social Democratie Party in the Weimar Republic; Sozialistische Partei und Gewerkschaftsschulen der Weimarer Zeit; SPD und ADGB ; German Socialism in the Crisis ; Presse der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung z.zt. der Kanzlerschaft Brünings; Entwicklung der sozialdemokratischen Kinderbewegung vor 1933; Sozialdemokratie und Zentrum in PreuBen ; German Social Democratie Party and League of Nations during the Weimar Republic; Beziehungen der deutschen und französischen Sozialisten nach dem 1. Weltkrieg; History of the KPD ; Kommunistische Künstlerorganisationen in der Weimarer Republik; Arbeit der KPD unter der werktatigen Intelligenz; Kommunistische Angestelltenagitation ; Verhiiltnis KPD/Komintern ; Rote Hilfe Deutschlands ; Leninbund/linke Kommunisten in der Weimarer Republik; Marxistischleninistische Agitproptheorie ; Cultural Theories of German Marxist Intellectuals ; Proletarisches Theater; Proletarische Selbsthilfeorganisationen auf dem Gebiet der Jugendfürsorge; Wahlprognosen von Parteien der Weimarer Republik (Erhebungsmethoden); Party History of Germany ; Reichslandbund ; Deutsche Friedensbewegung; Politischer Protestantismus in der Weimarer Republik. Germany : Entwicklung der KPD nach 1933; Antifaschistische Tarnschriften zu den Olympischen Spielen 1936; Dokumentation zur deutschen Emigration Germany after 1945: Westdeutsche Arbeiterbewegung; Arbeiterbewegung multinationale Konzerne; Syndicalisme et cogestion en Allemagne Federale. Austria: Austrian Socialists and Jewish Question ; AnschluB Movement Miscellaneous: ArbeiterLiteratur; Proletarische Literatur; Arbeitnehmerkammern in Deutschland; Staatliche Lohnarbeit, Beamtenstreik; NaturalismusLiteraturgeschichte; German FreeThought Movement; Marburger Neukantianismus; Pauperismus, Verelendungstheorien. Department for Eastern Europe The history of the P.S.R.; the history of the S.D. movement; Lenin and the German social democrats (SPD); Russian Populism, Lavrov prior to his emigration; the revolution of 1905; A. S. Izgoev; Martov and Charles Rappoport; V. V. Shulgin; Black hundreds"; the 1922 trial of P.S.R.'s leaders; Th. Dan and Karl Kautsky; peasant movements in Czarist Russia; Russian feminism in the 19th century; Civil War in the Ukraine; the origins of the Soviet intelligentsia; the origins of the social democratie movement in Rumania; Rumania's attitude within the Communist block; communism in Czechoslovakia during the two world wars; Prague 1968; labour unrest in Poland; the fundamental conceptions of Lenin's "What is to be done?" (1902). 41

44 Department for France, Italy, Israël The archives of Guesde, Rappoport and Cabet were frequently consulted in connection with various subjects. Further: Jean Allemane; Jean Allemane et Ie P.O.S.R.; Louise Saumoneau; heirs of Proudhon in the First International; Marcel Cachin; Pablo Iglesias; la Commune de Paris; Ie Comité Central de la Garde nationale pendant la Commune de Paris; la condition ouvrière a Paris de 1890 a 1914; Robert du Var et la maconnerie; Flora Tristan; mai/juin 1968; French and German Socialdemocracy and the problem of class collaboration ; syndicats et partis de gauche en AlsaceLorraine Department for Great Britain, Ir eland, North America The British Labour Movement ; contemporary British marxism; British socialists and the Irish question; reports of French travellers on London; shopstewards in the British Trade Union movement; Northern Ireland; the Labour Movement in Leeds ; the Socialist League in Leeds; the London Working Men's Association; the General Strike of 1926 and the situation in the British coal industry in the 1920's; the Irish T.U.C.; Strike Bulletins 1926; E. Belfort Bax; Andreas Scheu in connection with the Socialist League; publications of William Thompson; Thomas Cooper (correspondence with Charles Kingsley); John Mahon; Keir Hardie; Sylvia Pankhurst and the Italian Left; photographs from Pankhurst collection; biography Sylvia Pankhurst information to several people; Minutes of the East London Federation of the Suffragettes; Sylvia Pankhurst and the ELFS; historical analysis of the relationship between the state, the law and labour in the U.S.; Morris Hillquit, material in IISG (Kautsky); the American Labour movement material in IISG; Lincoln and the American Civil War. Department for International Organizations Social developments in Asia and the influence of the local trade unions; eastwest relations at the World Festivals of Youth; Willy Münzenberg and the League against Imperialism; the Freethinkers' movement in the 19th century; pressure groups in the European Communities; the Freedom From Hunger Campaign; Indonesia in the United Nations; the history of May Day; the relations between the Profintern, the Soviet Trade Unions and the International Federation of Trade Unions; the European Security question and the Socialist International; the European Idea in the socialist movement; the International Red Aid; the Matteottifund; sources of British modern history at the IISG; sources of the history of German emigration at the IISG; the influence of multinational companies on the political, economie and social conditions of mankind; biographical data re A. Fabra Ribas and Pablo Iglesias; governmental influence on youth organizations; Olof Palme; the development policy of the European trade unions; the beginnings of trade unionism among graphical workers; the political idea behind the European Youth Campaign; the split in the Russian Social Democratie Labour Party; Jean Jaurès; the conception of Europe in the League of 42

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