No if they are from the Netherlands or holland they are Dutch and if they are from Germany they are German.
In Holland, Limburg near the German border.
It is about 3 1/2 miles from the German border.
The German guards allow benno and heinz to cross the boarder into holland because they wanted to get rid or them.
The German name for Netherlands is " Die Niederlande" Sometimes the Netherlands are also called "Holland", which is incorrect, since Holland is only a small part of the Netherlands.
The "German" big shot in Holland was Aurthur Seyss-Inquart, the man the Third Reich in effect put "in charge" of Holland. He was tried at Nuremburg, convicted and hanged for war crimes.
No, Dutch is the language they speak in the Netherlands (Holland)'I am Dutch.' means you are from the Netherlands (Holland)
They were invaded, overrun and conquered by the German Army.
Go to the German Embassy in the Haag or one its Consulates; there is one in Amsterdam(some German Consulates have the authority to renew your passport). The Dutch haven't completely forgotten about WWII. So please try not to refer to their county as Holland.
she had to start hiding with her family
Try googling German Shepherd breeders in Netherlands, or German Shepherd breeders list in Holland.
Do you mean Big Bertha? from World War One.
Austria, Spain, Holland, Denmark, the Italian and German states etc.
Ruth Robins Holland has written: 'The oriental immigrants in America' 'The German immigrants in America' -- subject(s): German Americans, Juvenile literature 'The room' -- subject(s): Drug abuse, Friendship, Juvenile fiction
The German ruler, Kaiser Wilhelm II, abdicated the throne and fled to Holland in the last days of the war.
Dutch is called Dutch because............Well, people from Holland are called Dutch by English speaking people only. In German and French and even in Russian they are called - German: Holländer, Niederländer - French: les Hollandais - Russian: gollantskij As you can see all these words are derived from the Dutch word Holland. Strictly spoken even Holland is wrong. Holland was the name of the county Holland until 1795. But as the economic and cultural centre of The Netherlands was situated in the old county of Holland, this last name stood for the whole of The Netherlands. Moreover the name "The Netherlands" also applies for Belgium historically. Originally there were 17 counties united as the Low Countries, in French Les Pays Bas. History divided them into two groups which became Belgium and Netherlands.
In May 1940 when German troops swept through Belgium, Holland and France.
The goal of Overlord was to to remove the German armies from France, Belgium and Holland.
It's likely german where ¨Dorf¨ means village. In dutch it would be Oostendorp. I know this because I am the son of a dutch mother and a german father living in Holland near the german border.
Things got worse for the Anne Frank family - and every Jewish family - in Holland, once the Nazis invaded Holland in May of 1940. Slowly at first, and then with increasing speed, life under German rule became intolerable for the Jewish people in Holland.
The German started WW II by invaded their neighboring countries, Holland, Czechoslovakia, etc.
Anne of Cleves used to live in what is now Germany close to the border of Holland. she was German.
The Nazis invaded the whole of the Netherlands and placed the country under German administration.
Holland south of the river Rhine was conquered by Julius Caesar in 57 BC during his Gallic War. Southern Holland became part of the Roman province of Gallia Belgica (southern Holland, Belgium Luxembourg, northern France and the German Rhineland). The Romans never conquered Holland north of the river Rhine and the rest of the Netherlands.
German did such action in order to retain her colonies occupied by France,Alsace and lorane