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Articles on Holland (Nederland) in 85 years of TIME (1923 – 2008)

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HOLLAND

98

Dutch trade is suffering from the French blockade of the Ruhr, especially in Rotterdam.

Dutch trade is suffering from the French blockade of the Ruhr. At Rotterdam, Holland’s largest port, shipping has been brought practically to a standstill. Thousands are without work.

Before the Ruhr occupation most of Germany’s trade from that great industrial area passed down the Rhine and through Rotterdam. The new situation…

Netherlands

109

The Dutch Senate voted against a bill prohibiting daylight saving time.

The Dutch Senate voted against a bill prohibiting daylight saving time. The new time will probably come into effect on June 1. The question of daylight saving was the cause of a hot political dispute between the town dwellers and the agrarians. The former got up petitions signed by long…

Karnebeek and Big Navy

219

To protect the possessions overseas a bill is introduced to increase the naval forces.

Following the passage of the Singapore Naval Base bill in the British Parliament (reported last week), the Dutch Parliament bethought itself of Holland’s possessions in the East Indies. The more the perturbed Parliamentarians thought of the matter, the more they became convinced that a large navy is necessary to protect the…

The Queen Receives

284

Wilhelmina receives the King of Norway. Together with Spain and Norway they will unite in keeping clear of entanglements in international politics, says informed circles.

His Majesty’s ship Eiswold sailed into Amsterdam Harbor amid salvos from Dutch cruisers firing a royal salute: King Haakon VII of Norway had come.

He was met on the dock by Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry, her consort. Then commenced the magnificent spectacle of two monarchs riding side by side…

“Big Navy”

257

Dutch Minister of Finance, De Geer, resigned from the Cabinet because he did not agree with his colleagues over the Big Navy Program sponsored by Admiral van Karnebeek.

Jonkheer D. J. De Geer, Dutch Minister of Finance, resigned from the Cabinet because he did not agree with his colleagues over the Big Navy Program sponsored by Admiral van Karnebeek (TIME, May 19). This fact led to a wide popular outburst on the part of the Dutch people against the…

Queen “Willemientje”

571

Willemientje (little Wilhelmina) as she remains to the Dutch, 25 years a Queen, entered her capital upon her Silver Jubilee and birthday celebration amid great enthusiasm.

Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina, or Willemientje (little Wilhelmina) as she remains to the Dutch, 25 years a queen, entered her capital upon her Silver Jubilee and birthday celebration amid great enthusiasm.

The Queen, dressed entirely in white relieved only by a bouquet of mauve orchids, was accompanied by her consort, Prince…

A Queen’s Salary

87

Queen Wilhelmina and her mother Queen Emma (65) will share in a proposed cut in the salaries of State officials.

Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina, 25 years a Queen, intimated to the Minister of Finance, Jonkheer Dr. R. J. de Geer, that she and her mother, Dowager Queen Emma (65) will share in a proposed cut in the salaries of State officials. The Queen receives 600,000 guilders ($241,200) from the civil list and an allowance…

Navy Bill Beaten

197

The Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament defeated the Naval Bill (TIME, May 19, Aug. 6) by 50 votes to 49.

The Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament defeated the Naval Bill (TIME, May 19, Aug. 6) by 50 votes to 49. Had it not been for the fact that one of the 100 members which forms the membership of the Second Chamber was missing, the result might have been a draw. Premier Jonkheer Dr. C…

Dutch Hisses

140

At an international conference in Louvain, 200 Dutch Nationalists staged an anti-Belgium riot.

At an international conference in Louvain, 200 Dutch Nationalists staged an anti-Belgium riot. They threw stones, hissed, unfolded Orange banners, cried “Long Live Wilhelmina! Down with Belgium!”

Belgians returned the stones and entered into a vocal contest with the Dutch by shouting their Brabançonne. (national anthem).

Although present-day Belgium was known…

A-Visiting

85

Queen Wilhelmina visits the King of Sweden.

Her Majesty, Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands, accompanied by Prince Consort Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and her only daughter, Princess Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina, repaired to Sweden for a visit to King Gustaf and Queen Victoria. The visit is to return that made by King Gustaf to The Hague in…

Juliana

261

Princess Juliana, fifteen years old, entered a synagog.

A Berlin despatch represented Dutch newspapers as terrified to give currency to the following tale, said to be common property and mot du jour in the Netherlands:

Princess Juliana of Holland is 15. She goes to school. Lately came a holiday, whereupon Juliana hied herself to Amsterdam with a lady-in-waiting. There…

Amenities

283

At an annual dinner, Dutch Minister to the U. S., rose from his seat, saying he strongly objects to be greeted: ‘And how is dear little Holland?’

The occasion was the fourth annual dinner of the U. S. branch of the International Law Association, held in Manhattan.

Before a vast expanse of taut white shirts, Dr. A. de Graeff, Dutch Minister to the U. S., rose from his seat. Said he: “In Washington society I am frequently…

Birthday

82

Leyden University, founded by William of Orange in 1575, celebrated its 350th birthday. Queen Wilhelmina visited Leyden.

In the quaint old town of Leyden, lying midway between The Hague and Haarlem, the lofty tower of the Hooglandsche Kerk looked down upon gala scenes: the university, founded by William of Orange in 1575, was celebrating its 350th birthday.

At one period of the day, Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina drove…

“Mere Sport”

148

The 1928 Olympic Games are to be held in the Netherlands. A bill went before Parliament asking for 1,000,000 florins ($400,000) to finance the great sporting event.

The 1928 Olympic Games are to be held in the Netherlands. A bill went before Parliament asking for 1,000,000 florins ($400,000) to finance the great sporting event.

The Opposition seized upon a vital point, hammered it with much vigor. Some of the Games would be held on Sunday. The Calvinists held up their…

Ungodly

233

The bill to finance the Olympics is defeated. Catholic and Calvinist deputies joined forces and called the games “heathenish.”

A bill asking for a million florin ($400,000) appropriation to finance the 1928 Olympic Games, introduced last month (TIME, Apr. 6), was defeated by 48 to 36 in the Lower House of the States-General (Parliament) at The Hague.

Catholic and Calvinist deputies joined forces against the Liberal and Socialist supporters of the Government, called the…

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