According to the website of the Dutch olympic committee a total of
188 athletes participated.
They were: Adriana, Sharnol Leonard (Sharnol) Akker, Joan van den
(Joan) Al, Thijs Joris (Thijs) Alten, Wietse Cornelis van (Wietse)
Assendelft, Pascal van (Pascal) Asten, Leopold Leonardus Petronella
If by Holland you mean the present day Kingdom, the only major attack was by the Germans in May 1940, and the Japanese in 1942 (Dutch East Indies)
Coordinates are 52:21:00N 4:52:00E latitude and longitude of Amsterdam : 52.374004,4.890359(Values are in decimal degrees)
If you contact the dutch information service in Maastricht called VVV-offices they can no doubt give you an answer. Good luck.
I dont have much information, but I do have 2 iron plaques from maastricht and two different plates from maastricht. E-Mail me for pictures.
The Netherlands is situated in northwest Europe with much of its coastline facing eastern England. Between the Netherlands and England you'll find the Northsea. The Netherlands lies to the west of Germany and to the north of Belgium.It's located at the Northwest of EuropeNorth of Belgium a…
Nothing is inside the Coca Cola bottle from the Netherlands
This question comes from the Internet Scavenger Hunt. The answer is
Cookie Monster's cookie.
My best guess is Coca-Cola.
This question comes from the Internet Scavenger Hunt. The answer is
Cookie Monster's cookie.
Well you see...if you can contact the manager...and get him to give you an electron microscope, you can see a Narcamon (A figure from a Netherland animated movie). Narcamon is a highly respected cartoon character in Netherland. So the answer is Narcamon. I hope i helped!
"I don't think there is a main reason. The 'International' badge of the Netherlands is primarily made of Orange. It may be associated with the history of the badge being Orange, or that orange is made up on their national flag."
It is more likely to be linked to the history of the Dutch R…
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In Spring 1945 the Netherlands were in a desperate state. Early on
in the war, the Netherlands had been victim to Luftwaffa air
strikes. They were occupied but troops that were cut off from
supplies. These supplies were needed to keep the German troops in a
fighting state. The Allies started air dro…
The United States Post Office now has the option of using
electronic receipts instead of the old green cards. The green cards
are still available, and the cost to send a regular certified
letter using the old method is $6.48 including postage. The cost to
send a certified letter using the new electr…
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New Netherland was founded in 1614 by a Dutch group led by Peter Minuit.
Germany invaded the Netherlands in May 10th 1940.
German forces retreaded and the dutch people were freed
For financial reasons and to expand their mercantile resources. The main reason the Dutch came to New Netherland was for the fur trade with the Native Americans. The colony was originally established as a business venture to enable the Dutch West India Company to take a share of the trade in North…
They are normal people so they all have their own name. The translation is: serveersters.
According to Alexa.com, the world's most visited website is Google.com.
50 000- 65 000
because Hitler was power hungry
Roe deer Beech Marten European Mink Long finned pilot whale Netherlands dwarf rabbit Wild boar Elk Ermine Badger Brown hare European rabbit The Holland Lop rabbit
Cocaine. no off course not! just coca cola!
Germany won the 2014 FIFA World Cup, beating Argentina in
the finals 1-0, scoring in the 113rd minute. This is the 4th time
Germany has won the World Cup.
Dutch and they still speak that.
I would allow my banking institution to arrainge that
Yes, and we still have a queen now, her name is Beatrix.
Answer Every person is different, and I personally think that you shouldn't tar everyone with the same brush. It is always wise to consider a persons culture before judging what you see and may not understand. But, to answer your question in general. They can be, but most of the time people are just…
Netherlands is the English translation of 'Nederland'. Nederland
literally means 'low lying land' ('Neder' is an older word with the
definition low and 'land' means land). The Netherlands are
partially located below sea level and that is the reason why it is
called The Netherlands.
In English and m…
Deutschland is German for GermanyDeutsch is the German languageDeitschland is Deitsch for GermanyDeitsch is a German dialectDutchland doesn't exist, it's called The NetherlandsDutch applies either people from the Netherlands or their language Dutch, Duits, Diets, Deitsch and Deutsch are similar beca…
world war 2 started in poland 1939. germany made a contract, not invading poland.germany broke it, and thus came war.
Technically, Holland is a smaller region within The Netherlands, constituting the NW coast along the North Sea (provinces of North Holland and South Holland). Holland population (October 2013) - 6,314,483 The Netherlands population (early 2014) - 16,856,620
Plastic bottles are made through a process called stretch blow
molding. Pressurized air and heat force the plastic into the mold,
and another component is joined to the bottle to ensure consistency
Holland, or the Netherlands, is located in Europe, across the Northsea, to the right of England. It's on the left site of Germany and above Belgium when you look on the map.
The Hague or Den Haag/'s-Gravenhage in Dutch is a city in the
Netherlands, where the government is seated, including Parliament,
the monarchy, the high courts and foreign embassies. It is also the
capital of the province Zuid-Holland (South-Holland in English).
answer 160 km between Amsterdam and enschede
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands.
Until October 10th, 2010 the Netherlands Antilles (in Dutch
Nederlandse Antillen, in Papiamento Antias Hulandes) was a country
and a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The capital city of the Netherland Antilles was Willemstad, which
is also the capital city of Curaçao.
It's located at the Northwest of Europe
Koninklijke HFC Koninklijke HFC Haarlem founded September 15 1879. This club is not present in the payed league anymore. The oldest club still playing in the payed league is Sparta Rotterdam. Founded April 1st 1888.
The exact number of Muslims is difficult to establish in however, as census figures are often questioned and many countries choose not to compile such information anyway. But the census says that 944000 Muslims currently live in Netherlands, which is 5.8% of the population. Total population: 16.3 mi…
About 16.8 million.
The Netherlands has an extremely high population density.
i am guessing your poo because it smells?!
The flag does not officially represent any concept or structure, it is a centuries old tradition that originated as an orange-white-blue flag and eventually became the current red-white-blue. Dutch scholars have not been able to find out the real origin for these colors, anyone saying there is one i…
Dutch people are from The Netherlands, also known as Holland or the
The one exception to this are the "Pennsylvania Dutch," because
that name came from a misinterpretation of the word "deutsch,"
which means German. So Pennsylvania Dutch people are from Germany.
All the rest of the D…
yes it does because then they want to be just like that athlet and want to be like famous sport people so that's why they play like riley bell he is the best sport person
Farming is one of the jobs in Amsterdam and so is fishing so is prostutiton
The national language of the Netherlands is Dutch or Netherlandish
(Nederlands) but in the North there is a regional language, West
Frisian, which is more closely related to English, being one of the
Ingweonic languages, along with East Frisian, North Frisian and
Yes it is. By law, children from the age of 5 have to attend school. But most children go to school when they are 4 years old. Children have to attend some kind of education until the age of 18.
In Europe. The east border is on the left side of Germany. And England is the neighbour on the west border if the North Sea wouldn't have been there. It's above France and Belgium.
The Netherlands is the source of 'Welterusten', which may be translated as 'Rest well', 'Sleep well'.
The New Netherland colony was a Dutch colony founded in in the
early 1600s. The English saw it as a threat because New Netherland
was situated between the New England colonies and the English
colonies in the South. In 1664, the English took over this colony.
The Netherlands don't have a state religion and the biggest group, 48% of the population, is non religious. 27% is Catholic, 16% Protestant, 1% other Christian streams, 6% is Islamic and 2% belongs to another religion.
The Netherlands or Nederland is predominantly irreligious as shown in many rece…
Some of the great challenges overcame by Anne Frank are her being in the Holocaust of course! She struggled to survive along with her sister Margot Frank. Thinking her father had been "gassed" and not knowing about her Mother, Anne had little strength to survive. She also she survived not having her…
For its trade
Christianity has 2.1 billion followers. Christianity is the most popular. Islam has 1.87 billion followers and is the fastest growing religion. Atheism is the third largest with about 1.1 billion followers.
10 of may 1940
reginald holland was an English cinema organist of the l930s & l940s and possibly of the l950s.He may have emigrated to Canada later Reginald holland was my grandfather and lived in blackpool lancs till his death in 1995 aged 89, he moved from mansfield to blackpool as leader of a five piece da…
Soccer is a very popular sport in the Netherlands but they are also good in gymnastics, swimming, skating, horseriding etc.
Holland isn't necessarily the Netherlands. The Netherlands is made up of provinces that, for example, were once known as the United Provinces which made up the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Holland is commonly referred to the Netherlands as a whole as the historical center of the kingdom is in Amsterd…
There is a city named Holland in Michigan, U.S.A.
However, the city of Holland, Michigan, is named for Holland, which
is a region of the Netherlands. The name "Holland" is often used as
a shorthand for the entire country of the Netherlands.
many things, they were once powerful rulers of Europe. A large amount of the Caribbean is part of the dutch kingdom
The longest river the starts and ends in the Netherlands is the
"Linge" with a length of 108 km.
The top 3 rivers that run through the Netherlands are:
De Rijn (in English the Rhine) - 1320 km
De Maas (in English the Meuse) - 900 km
De Schelde - 350 km
It really depends on what you mean by "popular". All of the Christian movements combined in the world constitutes the religion with the largest number of members. At the moment 2.3 billion Christians make up about 32% of the worlds population. That's closely followed by Islam with about 23%. So ac…
Haha, don't try to cheat on the Internet scavenger hunt!
This is liable to change, as it stands Africa: Botswana, Cape Verde, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Saint Helena, Senegal, Swaziland, Zambia. Asia: Hong Kong, Israel, Macau, Malaysia, Palau, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey Australasia: New Zealand Caribbean: …
The Netherlands had and still have them.
a poor country
North of Belgium and East of Germany.
The English took over New Netherland in 1664.
Holland also known as the Netherlands. It lies in Europe. The proper name for the country is "The Netherlands" which means "low-lying lands".But that's a wrong name since it's one country, one land. The term "Holland" used to be the name of one of the provinces within The Netherlands, and somehow it…
The provincy of Holland in the Netherlands was divided into two in 1840 after also being separate departments (Maasland and Amstelland) prior to occupation by France in 1810. The capital of North Holland (Noord-Holland) is Haarlem. The capital of South Holland (Zuid-Holland) is The Hague (Das Haag…
The Dutch celebrate Christmas because most of the Dutch are christians (protestant and catholic), so they celebrate Christmas like in all christian countries. The Dutch people are less religious then American or English. They don't celebrate it because they believe in God. Most of the time they do…
The Netherlands, also known as Holland.
From the Netherlands
Norwegian are mixed with Sami people and Dutch are not. Norwegian tend to look more Mongolian than the Dutch, especially in northern Norway. A well known Norwegian-America actress is Renee Zellweger. She can be compared to the German actress Marlene Dietrich for an idea of differences. Though bot…
The Dutch people in the Netherlands celebrate a lot. For instance: birthdays, weddingdays, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Animal Day (October 4th), Easter, Pinkster, Christmas, New Year's Eve and January 1st, Queens day (April 30th), Sinterklaas (Santaclaus, December 5th), Carnival. Also the Dutch cele…
Dutch is the official language in the Netherlands. In the province
of Friesland the other official language is Frisian. There are also
many dialects but most people don't speak them anymore.
Here is a partial list of the languages and dialects spoken in the
Netherlands in addition to Dutch.
Holland is often used as a synonym but it is only a part of the Netherlands. Hence Holland is not really correct to use instead of the Netherlands; it would exclude a lot of areas/people.
But whjat other countries are in there??????? or is it …
They are called the Dutch. Keep in mind that "Holland" is not the name of their nation; The nation is the Kingdom of the Netherlands of which North Holland and South Holland are provinces. There are twelve provinces in all. The current monarch is Queen Beatrix.
Amsterdam doesn't have a capital because it's a city. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands.
There are no current official places of instruction in classical fencing in the Netherlands.
It's Dutch. In the Netherlands this language is referred to as Nederlands
By plane, by boat (ferry) of by train (via the tunnel).
I would add to that that the train through the Channel Tunnel goes from Calais, France; not direct from the Netherlands.
Yes, smoking in general is bad for your health because of all the carbon residues, tars and damaging chemicals/particulate that you inhale into your lungs, if you really want to get high use a vaporizer it eliminates most and if used properly almost all of that is eliminated. Vaporizing is just heat…
William I, Prince of Orange founded the Netherlands.
Population: 16,570,613, but increasing rapidly all the time due to immigration from countries like Turkey and Morocco.
The largest percentage of the Netherlands doesn't have a (specific) religion followed by Catholic at 30 percent and 20 percent Protestant.
Sinterklaas (Santa Claus)