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Ko Suurhoff

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Jacobus Gerardus "Ko" Suurhoff (23 July 1905 – 14 March 1967) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Social Democratic Workers' Party (SDAP) and co-founder of the Labour Party (PvdA) and trade union leader. Suurhoff attended a Lyceum in Amsterdam from May 1917 until July 1920. Suurhoff worked as a clerk for the Netherlands Steamship Company (SMN) from July 1920 until December 1924. Suurhoff was conscripted in the Royal Netherlands Army serving in the infantry Johan Willem Friso Regiment as a Staff sergeant from January 1925 until October 1927. Suurhoff worked as an accountant for the trading company Ceteco from October 1927 until April 1930. Suurhoff worked as a trade union leader for the Dutch Trade Unions association (NVV) from April 1930 until May 1940. Suurhoff served on the Municipal Council of Amsterdam from June 1939 until February 1941. Suurhoff became a Member of the House of Representatives after Willem Albarda was appointed as Minister of Water Management in the Cabinet De
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