thomastonk: The match - or at least the Amsterdam leg - has been supported by the Dutch newspaper "Het Volk", the newspaper of the Social Democratic Worker's Party. Euwe, btw, lead a chess column there, and the newspaper called the match "Het Volk-tweekamp".
The game has been played on March 25, 1932. The evening issue of "Het Volk"
printed the first 18 moves: 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 e6 5.Bg5 Nbd7 6.cxd5 exd5 7.e3 Le7 8.Ld3 0-0 etc.
The next day, "Het Volk" published this one: http://www.pic-upload.de/view-20185....
Another Dutch newspaper, "Algemeen Handelsblad", printed the complete game with comments on March 26. The first moves are as in "Het Volk". The final phase is described as follows: 'The game became a rook ending, which has been adjourned a few moves later. At the restart of the game, Euwe realized quickly that the game cannot be saved, and he resigned at the 46th move.' The game score ends with 46.Kf3.
A third Dutch newspaper, "Het Vaderland" published the game with different comments on March 26, too. The first moves are the same as in the other newspapers. 2.. c6 has an extra comment about Euwe's preference for this move and the intention and possiblity to get a Cambridge Springs. Again, the game ends with 46.Kf3.