Klaas Voskuil (1895 – 1975) was the first editor of Het Vrije Volk (The Free People) after World War II, and a well- known radio speaker.
Het Vrije Volk was a Dutch social-democratic daily newspaper. It was the successor, after World War II, of the socialist daily Het Volk. After World War II, it appeared legally 1 March 1945 in Eindhoven. From January 28 1946, all subdivisions of the newspaper were united and a national edition was introduced. For a while, it was the biggest newspaper in the Netherlands and at its peak it had over 300 editors and reporters. After 1958, the number of subscribers decreased rapidly. The newspaper disappeared in 1970 as national newspaper from Amsterdam, only regional editions remained and at the end of 1971 only Rotterdam was its home base. The last edition entitled Het Vrije Volk appeared on March 30, 1991 and it was merged with the Rotterdams Nieuwsblad into the Rotterdams Dagblad. That newspaper was merged with the Algemeen Dagblad in 2005.
Het Vrije Volk. (2014, October 12). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13:39, May 22, 2015, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Het_Vrije_Volk&oldid=629336869Read biography (Dutch)
Letters to or from Voskuil K., Klaas