Johan van Hulst
Johan van Hulst
|Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal in the Senate|
June 8, 1977 – June 10, 1981
|Succeeded by||Jan Christiaanse|
|Parliamentary leader of the Christian Historical Union in the Senate|
December 10, 1968 – June 8, 1977
|Preceded by||Johannes Christiaan Bührmann|
|Succeeded by||Party Disbanded|
|Member of the Senate|
July 3, 1956 – June 10, 1981
|Member of the European Parliament |
for the Netherlands
October 16, 1961 – September 30, 1968
Johan Wilhelm van Hulst
January 28, 1911
|Died||March 22, 2018 (aged 107)|
|Political party||Christian Democratic Appeal (from 1980)|
|Christian Historical Union (from 1956 until 1980)|
|Spouse(s)||Anna Jannetta Donker (Married 1936)|
|Alma mater||Vrije Universiteit (Psy.D, Ed.D, D.Litt, PhD)|
Johan Wilhelm van Hulst (January 28, 1911 – March 22, 2018) was a Dutch retired politician. He served as Member of the Senate from July 3, 1956 until June 10, 1981. He was the Parliamentary leader of the Christian Historical Union in the Senate from December 10, 1968 until June 8, 1977 when the Christian Historical Union merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal.
Van Hulst was also a chess player and a former academic.
On March 22, 2018, Van Hulst died in Amsterdam at the age of 107.
References[change | change source]
- (in Dutch) Parlement en Politiek Dr. J.W. (Johan) van Hulst
- "Johan van Hulst (107), redder van Joodse baby's, overleden". nos.nl.
Other websites[change | change source]
- (in Dutch) Dr. J.W. (Johan) van Hulst (Parlement & Politiek)
- (in Dutch) Dr. J.W. van Hulst (CDA) (Eerste Kamer der Staten-Generaal)