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Over de rol van Anton de Kom in het bewustzijn van Suriname is het laatste woord nog niet geschreven. Wij slaven van Suriname (1934) is het boek waarmee het allemaal begon. Het indrukwekkende verhaal over de opstand van slaven in Suriname bracht in de jaren dertig in Nederlandse literaire kringen de pennen behoorlijk in beweging - en na de Tweede Wereldoorlog werd het een...more
Paperback, Twaalfde druk, 180 pages
Published 2009 by Uitgeverij Contact (first published 1934)
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Babak Fakhamzadeh
De Kom, a black Surinamese uses most of this book to describe the history of the Dutch colony of Suriname. Beyond a doubt, at the time, this must have been shocking for it shows that the Dutch were unscrupulous, mean and careless with the natives and with the imported slaves. De Kom also shows that, even in the 30s of the previous century, the situation still hadn't much improved and that blacks and Hindustani were, unnecessarily, dying on a daily basis.

Although it's interesting to see that Sout...more
Willem
Iedereen weet wat slavernij is. Ook ik heb de plaatjes gezien: scheepsladingen opgepropte Afrikanen onderweg naar Amerika, blanke opzichters van zwoegende zwarten, verschrikkelijke martelingen. Wij Slaven van Suriname, geschreven in 1934, is een huiveringwekkende opsomming van wantoestanden gedurende een onmenselijke, eeuwenlange kolonisatie. Hoe een handjevol plantage-eigenaren voor eigen gewin en voor het gewin van een nog kleiner aantal Amsterdamse kooplieden er alles aan deden om die status-...more
Carlot
Prachtige zinnen, langdradig wel. Goede kijk in de geschiedenis
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Cornelis Gerhard Anton de Kom was born in Suriname and died in Arpil 1945 (either the 24th or 29th) during WWII.
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