Hugo Pos* also was a gunner for some time, on the 'Flora'. His best known work, in this style, is 'De Stille Plantage' ('The quiet plantation', 1931).
The work on board was dangerous, the working conditions miserable and initially food only consisted of potatoes, no rice. It deals with Suriname, which he glorifies, and about the negligence by the colonizer, Holland.
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