The Western Christian Alliance, 1945-1948

Title

The Western Christian Alliance, 1945-1948

Interviewer

KDCR staff

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Description

In this segment, B. J. Haan describes how the junior college movement idea was brought up by the Western Christian Alliance after World War II. The term "six-week-wonders" is mentioned, referring to teachers with only six weeks of training before their careers in education began.

Named Persons

Kuiper, Herman; Van Grouw, Arie; Bronkema, Ralph; Plesscher, Diedrich H. "Dick"; Bouma, Louis; Hanenburg, John; Bos, Ralph J. "R. J."; Ten Harmsel, John; Hoekstra, Peter A.; Spoelhof, William; Bos, B. H.; Steen, Samuel; Bere, Lambert

Date Recorded

1978

Document Type

Oral History

Original Format

Audio tape

Current Format

Mp3

Length

28:29

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Publisher

Dordt University

City

Sioux Center, Iowa

Keywords

Midwest Christian Junior College, Dordt College, Dordt University, Western Christian Alliance, six week wonders

Disciplines

Higher Education | Oral History

Comments

Tape 1 Side 2

The Western Christian Alliance, 1945-1948

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