On 6 October 1953, the Netherlands Minister for Agriculture, Sicco Mansholt, sends a note to his national parliament in which he outlines the progress made in the negotiations on European agricultural integration.
On 20 February 1969, Sicco Mansholt, European Commissioner with special responsibility for agriculture, gives an interview to the Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera, on his plan to reform the common agricultural policy (CAP)
On 20 March 1953, at the European Conference on the Organisation of Agricultural Markets in Paris, the Dutch Minister for Agriculture gives an address on the issues surrounding the unification of the agricultural markets in Europe.
In 1968, Sicco Mansholt, member of the European Commission with special responsibility for agriculture, holds a press conference in which he sets out the proposals put forward by the Commission regarding a reform of the common agricultural policy (CAP) and the fixing of agricultural prices.
In this interview, Hans-August Lücker, former general rapporteur on agricultural matters in the European Parliament, recalls the personality and working methods of Sicco Mansholt, European Commissioner for Agriculture and, in 1970, the author of an ambitious plan to reform the common agricultural policy (CAP).
On 6 November 1950, Sicco Mansholt, Dutch Agriculture Minister, sends a note to his Luxembourg counterpart, François Simon, outlining the objectives of the implementation of a Europe-wide organisation of agricultural markets.
In this interview, Paul Collowald, former Deputy Spokesman for the European Commission, describes the actions of Sicco Mansholt, former Vice-President of the European Commission with special responsibility for Agriculture and subsequently President of the European Commission.
Sicco Mansholt, Vice-President of the Commission of the EEC in charge of agriculture, thanks the delegations of the six Member States of the European Economic Community meeting in Stresa from 3 to 12 July 1958 to discuss the common agricultural policy.