A "Truly International" Archive for the Women's Movement (IAV, now IIAV): From its Foundation in Amsterdam in 1935 to the Return of its Looted Archives in 2003

@article{Haan2004AI,
  title={A "Truly International" Archive for the Women's Movement (IAV, now IIAV): From its Foundation in Amsterdam in 1935 to the Return of its Looted Archives in 2003},
  author={Francisca de Haan},
  journal={Journal of Women's History},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={148 - 172}
}
  • F. D. Haan
  • Published 13 December 2004
  • History
  • Journal of Women's History
It is a great pity that so many documents about the difficult period in the beginning of the struggle for the vote and rights for women, have been destroyed. Therefore we hope to convince the women of the world that here in Holland we have a safe place and that everything: books, letters, pamphlets a.s.o. can be send to us to build up a library, where the women interested in the women’s movement will have the possibility to study this movement in past and present.———Letter from the IAV… 

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