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De Dag - Conrad Theodor van Deventer - Netflix
Conrad Theodor “Coen” van Deventer (29 September 1857 in Dordrecht – 27 September 1915 in The Hague) was a Dutch lawyer, an author about the Dutch East Indies and a member of parliament of the Netherlands. He became known as the spokesman of the Dutch Ethical Policy Movement. He lived at Surinamestraat 20, The Hague (1903–1915), former residence of John Ricus Couperus, his son writer Louis Couperus and the rest of his family (1884–1902).
De Dag - Summary - Netflix
For the most part Van Deventer wrote about Dutch East Indian finance, the rights of the native officials and their education and about the sugar industry. When he was active as a journalist for the “Locomotief” he was particularly interested in Wagner and the Wagner Festival. As he was a member of the board of directors of the magazine “De Gids” most of his later articles were published there.
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