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The Algemeen Nederlands Jeugd Verbond (General Dutch Youth Alliance) was a Dutch communist political youth organization.
The organization was founded on June 15, 1945 (right after the liberation of The Netherlands in WWII) with the aim of establishing one socialist youth movement. From an organizational point of view the ANJV was independent, but politically it was affiliated with the Communist Party of the Netherlands. This was evident, for example, from the fact that CPN activists and MPs frequently spoke in ANJV leaflets.
A number of CPN leaders such as Marcus Bakker, Henk Hoekstra and Joop Wolff were directors of the ANJV in their early years. Other leaders were Rinus Haks and Han de Leeuw. The ANJV magazine was called Youth. From the mid-nineties of the twentieth century, the ANJV consisted only of the Amsterdam department.
In 2012 it dissolved into another left political organisation.