What was it like to be a student in Wageningen during World War II when the German forces invaded the Netherlands? Studium Generale and Nationaal Comité Herdenking Capitulaties 1945, invite you to imagine life under occupation. Hear what it was like to take classes or write exams during the war. Learn what role student organisations such as CERES, Unitas and KSV played in context of occupation. Bob Kernkamp (Wageningen City Archive) will provide a backdrop for understanding the war from the perspective of those in Wageningen. Listen to Yuran Leffers share unique first-hand wartime material as he reads excerpts from his grandfather’s diary detailing what he and other Wageningen students experienced when they ended up in work camps. Don't miss this unique event in a monumental setting.
With Special guest speakers Bob Kernkamp and Yuran Leffers.
REGISTRATION CLOSED = EVENT FULL
Due to an overwhelming response, the attendance registration for seat reservations as well as the waiting list are now both closed! Those with seat reservations will receive an entrance code. Those on the waiting list will receive instructions.